Randy arrived back home and couldn't wait for tomorrow. I wonder if I should have gotten my boss and his wife something thought Randy. Before he can get comfortable, Randy drove into town. The only boutique that was open made Randy smile. This was where Jennifer came out of. The sales clerk helped him pick out the right gifts. She wrapped up the kitchen caddy. Randy knew that Mrs. Larson loved to cook so why not help her get organized. For Mr. Larson, Randy decided on a leather billfold. After the wrapping was done, Randy went home. Jennifer was sitting in the recliner and was lost in thoughts. She didn't hear the phone ring.
"Sweetie you have a phone call," said her mother. Jennifer wondered who in the world would even bother calling her. "Hello this is Jennifer." Randy loved hearing that sweet voice. "Did my sleeping beauty rested well this afternoon," said Randy. Jennifer felt giddy as a school girl. "Yeah I did, but I was disappointed to have heard that you left early." Randy chuckled, "Well I didn't wanna disturb you. I called you, because I wanted to hear your voice before I turn in for the night." Jennifer felt her cheeks blush, "You wanted to hear me?" Hearing Randy's deep chuckle made Jennifer smile even more. "Of course darlin, don't you know by now? I'm head over heels for you. Well sleep tight and I'll see you in the morning. Night sugar."
After pressing the phone's off button, Jennifer just couldn't believe what she heard. The man had feelings for her. Mrs. Larson came into the livingroom. "Are you okay Jennifer? Looks like you are troubled. Wanna talk about it?" Jennifer nodded so her mother sat across from her. "Momma how did you know that dad was the one for you?" Smiling at her daughter Mrs. Larson said, "Sometimes honey the greatest gifts are the ones right under your nose. I remember when your father and I danced under the stars. He proposed to me and sweetie my heart soared with the eagles that night. Don't be afraid of loving someone honey, because at the end the love always comes back sweeter than ever."