Sweet sacrifice II; Learning.
The class ended. Eun Ae tried conversing with Myung-dae using sign language.
"You’re doing well, Eun Ae." said Myung-dae.
“Thanks, Myung-dae." she replied as she wave her hands.
Myung-dae and Eun Ae walked home together.
"Uli jib ewassda!”
"Welcome home, Eun Ae and Myung-dae. How’s school?" Eun Sung asked.
"It went well. Eun Ae’s doing well on the first day."
Eun Sung smiled and patted Eun Ae. Eun Ae smiled back.
They changed their clothes and started eating dinner. After awhile, they helped each other in cleaning.
Eun Ae asked Myung-dae to company her to the bookstore. She wanted to buy a book about sign language. Myung-dae stood up from his seat and grabbed his coat.
"Let’s go, Eun Ae." he said as he glanced at the window.
They both went out and said their goodbye to Eun Sung.
“He had virtually made a change in my life." Eun Ae thought while they were walking across the street.
They walked inside the bookstore. Eun Ae looked for the book as Myung-dae follows her. Eun Ae grabbed the book that she was looking for and asked Myung-dae to take it to the cashier and buy it for her. The bookstore is almost closed. They hurried home because it’s getting late. When they arrived, they knocked and walked inside their pad.
"Hey, Mom. Look what she bought." Myung-dae teased.
"…she seemed so eager to learn how to converse with other people without wasting any piece of paper."
Eun Hae slapped Myung-dae’s back wearing that pouting lips and a disappointed face. “I was kidding, Eun Ae…” he smiled. “…in fact, I’m proud of you.” he added.
Eun Ae replied with a cheerful smile.
"So, let’s get back to work. I’ll teach you some of the lessons I got from school."
Eun Ae nodded.