If you saw Like Water for Chocolate
then maybe you’ll recognize this line, “Don’t cry in the sauce!” I have been equated to the gal in that movie, “Tita” many times and at one point she’s all distraught over her love and starts crying the sauce as she’s cooking it, something I have been busted doing myself. So today I started crying in the salsa, eating an early dinner with the soldier before he took off.
“You have this destiny and now mine is tied to yours,” I said. “I told you that and you said so? Is it that baaaad?” I smirked. “It’s not bad. I am glad to be with you.”
Right before he left I asked him what his son would think of the happenings.
“Oh<" he said stopping to thing. "Well he knows. He lived with me his whole life. He's seen how things go for me," he said. "This is why people don't like it when their destiny is tied to mine. It's because of stuff like this," he said with a shrug. "Well I don't mind, I said. "I just wonder how we ever thought we were going to be able to land. We should have known better. It was almost stupid to think that, you know?" "Yep, I know." Dora knows too. She knew something was up before we left to drop him off. I came home and yeah, she definitely knows this drill. I wonder what is going to happen next. ::shakes head:: Is your life an adventure (whether you like it or not)? Are you constantly kicked back out? Where is your Jupiter?