Okay, I prayed this evening that I wish God gives my husband friends..
And when he went to the usual prayer hall after sunset, I noticed he doesn't come back yet.. usually he already home after 30-40 minutes. Then we will go to the usual stall to have our dinner (he complained he's already bored with the menu there, but doesn't want to try new place). I was worried if something bad happened to him, like accident. I cant call him since he doesn't bring his phone. Or, that he finally got somebody to talk with him - if it's this it's great.
About one hour later, he came home. Stressed. Apparently there was a talk after the prayer, in my language. He doesn't understand the language, but somebody translated it for him in English (English is not his native language though). He was hungry, and it's his dinner time. So he went home in the middle of the talk after saying sorry to the translator.
I was just smiling in my heart, that he has somebody talked to him! He said that he didn't manage to say anything, only listen. He wanted to go to the stall so that he can speak (two phrases of ordering the menu is considered talking by him...), but he was too stressed that he asked me to go & fetch the take away food instead.
Apparently he was stressed because his routine/rhythm was interrupted.. he said the task of getting food and eat got delayed.. in my heart, I think that he should be grateful that somebody speaks with him.. when he complained he wants a friend... how cute... lol. But yeah, anyone would be stress when in hungry. Wished he could've enjoyed the company instead of being stressed.
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