With Hallie’s declaration to Annie about the fact that things were going to be okay, Elizabeth felt as relieved for not only Annie but also for herself since Hallie was right about the way she was feeling. What Nick had done was turn his nyumbani office into a nyumbani office for the both of them since Elizabeth needed to work from nyumbani as well. Things would turn out alright for the family not to mention they would have to turn what used to be a house for three into a house for six which was fine since there was so many bedrooms in their home. A main change that needed to be done was that the master bedroom needed to be redone to add Elizabeth and her things while still having Nick’s belongings in there as well. They also needed to turn one of the empty rooms into a bedroom for Annie. Hallie decided that she would call the longtime family Marafiki who had helped them decorate the house after it was built in an attempt to see if they could help them yet again with the changes that would be needed. “Dad? I’m going to call Sarah to see if her parents can come over and help us out once again since they had helped us when we first decorated the house after it was built.” Hallie told Nick.
“That sounds good, Hallie. It’ll be good since Sarah and her parents are lifelong family Marafiki of ours and will be the first three people that will be introduced to Annie and your mother.” Nick told her.
Hallie pulled their cordless telephone off the ukuta where the family would leave it hanging and decided to call Sarah, whose family had been lifelong family Marafiki of her family. She waited for the phone to ring and then she heard it. “Hey, Sarah! It’s Hallie. My dad and I were wondering if your parents and wewe could come over to our house because we need a few ubunifu changes to be make all these years later after building the house. Since your parents are the only ones familiar with the ubunifu of our house and our tastes, we wanted to see if they could help incorporate the changes that we want to make.” Hallie told her.
“Let me ask them, Hallie. Hold on.” Sarah told her.