Há 13 horas
domingo, maio 13
De volta pra casa
Chego no aeroporto ( to voltando da Jordania, lembra?) e Fabio e as meninas estao me esperando. Fico mais do que feliz!
Anita e Lia vem correndo:
- Desde que voce saiu nos nao comemos uma unica refeicao decente.
E juro que elas estavam comemorando. Parece ate que isso e uma coisa O T I M A!
Antes de eu fazer cara feia, Fabio diz que teve que mandar consertar meu telefone, e tira um novinho do bolso. Mais uma surpresa! Ganhei o celular que eu estava querendo. Eta delicia voltar pra casa.
A noite nao consigo dormir por que a Lia esta rolando de dor de estomago.Passei a noite dormindo mal e o dia com ela no hospital. 7 horas de exames - um atras do outro. Ainda bem que o hospital estava vazio e nao houve espera.
Felizmente (?) todos os exames deram negativos mas Lili continua com dor. Cogitaram ( e descartaram) ate apendicite.
Ai, ai, ai!
Enquanto isso, na minha casa ja nao tinha arroz, papel higienico, sabao em po, comida de cachorro, agua mineral...
Sera que isso e um recadinho pra eu nao viajar mais?
As soon as I get out of the plane ( coming back from Jordan) I see Fabio and my girls waiting for me at the airport. That was a nice surprise - I thoght my friend was giving me a lift home.
The first thing Anita and Lia say to me is:
- Mum, mum, we did not have a single proper meal since you left! It was so fun...
Yep, they were celebrating. But before I had the chance to tell them all off, fabio said my phone had some problems and he had to get it fixed. For a minute I worried, but then he took a brand new, sparkling shiny phone out of his pocket.
He bought me the phone I wanted! :-) It feels good to come home.
Lia had stomachaches all night. I spent the night with her, trying to make her feel better. In the morning we headed to the hospital where we spent 7 hours going through all kinds of exams and having different doctors and specialists checking on her.
Fortunately (??) all exams were negative. Lia seems to be healthy as a horse, but the pain is there. All major emergencies were discarded. I took her home.
When we got home, I found out we run out of rice, toilet paper, washing powder, dog food and mineral water.
Something telles me I should not be travelling alone.