rainy days and love

The hunt for the perfect chocolate-colored, high-heeled boots had gone on for so long that today, hubby and I separated ways after dropping by the church so that I can go to any mall I want to, as long as I want to. This has gone on for a month and I somehow feel guilty to hubby already when I get out from shop after shop without a paper bag at hand; I can almost hear his sigh of frustration when I get out the shop and still empty-handed although he would assure me he is ok and aren’t really frustrated. But of course, I really couldn’t allow myself to buy boots which cost more than $400 and yet I’m only halfhearted with it or that it will cause my feet some torture (my feet are really quite…..special, to avoid being derogatory to oneself).

Thankfully, it was a productive afternoon. Albeit by the time I was finished it was already 5 o’clock and it was already dark as I got out the station. There was a soft drizzle but I didn’t have an umbrella with me. Worried with my whereabouts, Hubs called me up where I was and offered to pick me up in the station.

He had colds yesterday and I have a big paper bag with me which I can use as a shield from the soft drizzle but still he offered to pick me up. And even when I was a bit guilty, I still felt warm inside when he came to the station, hair disheveled obviously from sleep, carrying our big pink umbrella.

Times like this, you just love rainy days.

As we walked, I was suddenly reminded of my university/college days. I remember nights when it was raining like cats and dogs and one of us was stuck in the university gate or the corner from our dormitory without an umbrella. Even when it was a torrential rain, a friend from our dormitory would think about the one who got stuck, and without hesitation would pick up her friend. Even when it meant getting wet with rain. I did my share, I also picked up a friend. But it was because somebody else did it before me.

I guess selfless acts like that would probably be remembered for as long as you live, even when you haven’t already seen such friends for a long time.

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. elna
    Oct 30, 2011 @ 18:07:27

    hmmm..let me guess, Erlita? Marynell?haha!Si Nanay!


    • atsushiandmarjorie
      Oct 30, 2011 @ 18:14:32

      Yeah, I remember Erlita and marynell doing it. And si Nanay…..haha…I remember her frowning on it and ga-comment pa na “haska kusuga sa ulan nya mugawas!” hehehe. She made dorm life more interesting haha.


  2. lilet
    Oct 31, 2011 @ 06:51:15

    yeah..those were the days.nakakamiss,now we have our own separate lives but the memories will forever be treasured…kinda reminiscing now and it made me senti….kc we shared a lot of things just to reach out to each other, the thought of it makes my heart melt…it was so pure, so genuine, so real…….. ganun tayo noon mao makamiss jud.


  3. elna
    Oct 31, 2011 @ 12:01:23

    ERLITA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!mishu too!….mishu two!


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