Hello, My Name Is: Death
"You're married?" I asked, and he nodded.
"Her name is Olivia. We got married last Fall, and I upendo her. She knows about my Death Clan of the Fallen days, says my tattoo is sexy." I laughed. "She forgives me for what I've done, which is good. I didn't tell you, because she didn't want me to tell wewe yet. She was wanting to meet wewe first. But, I thought, once all of this is over, wewe can come over and meet her au whatever." Tabra was rubbing his left ring finger, as if he was spinning a ring around and around on it, and then I noticed there was a place a ring had once been.
"Where's the ring?" I asked.
"At home. I didn't want to lose it once wewe told me about your kisu thrown at your head stunt in the grocery store. I told her, and she told me to come over. I was going to anyways, but she didn't mind. She was worried for you. I told her wewe are okay, and now she is worried for us all. I fill her in on everything as much as I can, and she keeps it to herself. She promises not to tell, so don't tell Jerek, okay?"
"Promise." I said. "Wow. Who would have thought you'd get married this soon?"
"I know right?" We laughed, and he looked at me. "No matter how bad wewe didn't want me too, I told wewe a big secret. So, spill one of yours."
If this was a stranger, I wouldn't. But he's my best friend, and he just told me he's married! So, I could tell him a secret au two.
I thought quickly, wondering if there was anything worth telling. And began. "Jerek and I have been going out for a while, and we have been sleeping in the same kitanda every night. We haven't done anything if wewe are wondering. We just laid there and slept. I used his kuoga and bath, and one time I took a bath while he took a shower. He told me he loves me, and-"
"Do wewe upendo him?" Tabra asked, now laying down on the bed, arms crossed behind his head.
I hesitated. "Yes. I do upendo him."
"Okay." Tabra was waiting for me to continue, and we heard seven knocks come to the door. "It's the doctor."
I went to the door and opened it, and let the doctor in.