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Marriages are Made in Heaven.

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Marriages are Made in Heaven Wearing the school uniform, Yu arrived at the food shop operated by her parents in Taichung. "Mom," said Yu, "Give me a sandwich for lunch... quick please! I'm going to be late." "So why didn't you have your lunch in school? You won't be late if you did do so..." The mother mumbled. "I'm sorry." Yu dared not to argue with her mother. After fetching the sandwich, she had to rush to school in a hurry. She's only young once. That year she was a seventeen-year-old girl in Taiwan. That was a sunny day. When Yu was on her way home, she saw a group of people filming movie in the street. "Action!" A man with sun-glasses shouted. Driven by curiosity, Yu stood aside and watched. Suddenly a man came into her sight--- he was ordinary and was about twenty something years old. He sat on the stairs nearby for taking a rest. Yu noticed that he hurt his leg. He was bleeding! Being always kind-hearted, she went in front of the man, gave him a tissue paper and then asked him softly, "Are you alright?" "Thanks," The man nodded and smiled, "I'm fine. ...read more.

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"Yes I do. I remember... every moment being with you... always." They smiled, looking at each other. After that Paul abased his head, "actually, the movie filming is going to finish within these few days." "Oh... where will you go then?" Yu was nervous. "I will go back to Hong Kong... I may not see you in the near future. Therefore, I want to tell you something important before I leave..." Paul said it seriously, "Yu, I don't want to be your friend..." "What?" Yu didn't understand. Paul fixed his eyes on Yu, "I mean, I want to be your boyfriend!" "Boy... boyfriend?" "Yes. Because I love you... truly love you that I can no longer treat you as my ordinary friend!" Time was still. It seemed that they were the only two people in the whole world... Yu had got into a big trouble. Those days without Paul were lengthy and lonely. Every time when she thought of the time being with Paul, every time when she thought of the words Paul told her on her birthday, every time when she thought of the promise made by Paul... it was really a kind of torture! ...read more.

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though it's not very big. I have the ability to take good care of my family--- I'm sure, though I'm not rich..." Paul stressed. "So have you studied in any university... or any secondary school?" Mother was being so mean. "No," Paul replied, "but I don't think that it's a big problem--- at least, I can earn a living now..." "Fine. Do you think that Yu can accommodate herself to a strange place? If she goes to Hong Kong with you... I will..." Yu's mother couldn't control her emotion. She was in tears. "Mom," Yu also melt into tears, "I know you love me so much... But the point is, I don't want to marry a person that I know that I can live with; I only want to marry someone that I cannot live without!" In silence. Yu's father touched her wife on the shoulder, "let her go... she has the right to choose." In the wedding ceremony, the bridegroom and the bridge were a good match. "Yu," Paul said, "I will make a good match for you." Yu smiled, "later, I can prove to my dad and mom that, I had made a good match too." This is the end of this story. However, it is just a new start between Paul and Yu. Their own story will continue, until the end of their lives. ...read more.

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