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   Chapter 43 Sunday Breakfast

He Only Married Me To Show Her That He Already Moved On By Jaycelle Anne Rodriguez Characters: 8954

Updated: 2019-07-17 23:34


Madi's POV:

"Greg, can you give me the chocolate syrup, please?"

"Sure." he gave me the syrup from the counter as I continue to arrange the pancakes from the large plate.

"Thanks." I smiled at him.

"You're always welcome." and he winked at me. I just shook my head and smiled at him.

I woke up early this morning, although I hate mornings and waking up early. But this is our last day here in Belleville, and I want to cook some breakfast for all of us. When I opened our bedroom door, I found Greg stretching and doing some push ups in the hallway. He asked me why I get up early and I said I'm planning to cook breakfast, so we ended up both cooking here in the kitchen. He's doing his cheesy and bacon omelette while I am now arranging my chocolate pancakes and chocolate muffins.

"I missed this kind of moments, Madi." he said while flipping his omelette.

I immediately looked up to him and maked face, silencing him to shut his mouth because someone might hear us.

"Ohh.. I'm sorry." he said smiling shyly.

I sighed and playfully glared my eyes on him as he gave me a throaty laughed.

"Gregyyy..." I said teasing him with his hatest nickname. I remember one time, Noelle called him by that but he gave her a sharp look.

"Oh, Madielyn.. stop that!" he complained while scratching the back of his neck.

"Why?" I asked him, smiling. "Nancy's also calling you that."

"You know I hate that. It's just for a child!"

I laughed when he throw his hand in the air just to show me how he hates calling him that nickname.

"I just don't have a choice when they're calling me that."

"But it's nice you know."

"Yeah, for you Madielyn Davis, but for me it's not. You're like my Mom, she loves to tease me by shouting that name in front of my friends. And sometimes inside the groceries store-------"

"Greggyy!" we both turned to the squealing Nancy while screaming his name. I can't help not to burst out laughing when his jaws dropped after that.

"Good morning greggyy..." And I laughed even more that I need to clutch my stomach while covering my mouth.

"Morning." he said with crunched face.

"What are you cooking, Gregy?" Nancy asked while looking at the pan.

"Your favorite, cheesy omelet." he answered coldly.

"Oh okay, what about you Sissy--- wait! Why are you laughing?" she asked when she turned to me.

"Huh?" I noticed Greg behind her, glaring at me. "Because he hates it when someone's calling him that name." I said while laughing.

"Oh.. I'm sorry Gregy! I didn't know you hate it when someone's calling you Gregy. Don't worry Gregy, I'll try not to call you Gregy again. But for now, since you're my favorite

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"Good morning." Mrs. Wilsons hugged her back and then turned to me. "Good morning my beautiful future daughter in law."

I awkwardly smiled and greeted her back. "Good morning, Ma. Good morning Aunties." I also smiled with the two women.

"Wow, I like what my eyes seeing today." Uncle Jhon came from the door with Uncle James and the two boys, Phillip and Justine.

"Madi and Gregy, made all of these." Nancy proudly announced.

"Really?" Mrs. Wilsons asked looking at me and to Greg. "Thank you, Madi and Greg for this."

"You're welcome, Auntie." Greg smiled at her.

"Madi, since you're good in cooking.. why don't you put up your own business? What about your own restaurant?" I gulped when Aunt Cindy asked me.

"Yeah, I agree to that." I secretly glanced at Greg who's biting his lips to suppress his laugh.

"Uhm.. I-I am busy for being my boss's assistant." I answered emphasizing the word boss. Gabriel laughed beside me.

"Love, if you want to put your own business, I will support you. If you want, I can help you enroll in a cooking school so, you can have a formal training-----" he didn't finish his sentence when Greg started to laugh, not exactly at him but to the idea of me.. enrolling again in a cooking school?

"What's funny?" Gabriel asked him with a raised eyebrow.

"Oh, nothing. It's not you, cousin. I've just received some funny text messages from my friend in college." Greg said, showing his cellphone. And I secretly glared at him when he emphasized his last word.

"Okay, Okay. Let's eat for now, so we can start preparing for the sunday mass." Mrs. Wilsons said and she gestured all of us to sitdown.

Gabriel kissed me on my forehead before he seated himself beside me. I raised my eyebrow at him but he just smiled at me.

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