Mthobisi had to hold me after hearing that my sister might not make it, he automatically assumed that I would faint not that I blame him, I fainted quite a lot but I had been through so much that I think my body was now used to the shocks and horrors that it wouldn’t easily drop. I told him I was fine, he suggested that we go outside to get some fresh air. As we were walking out Lwazi followed us “How is she?” he said tearing up, I hugged him and told him she was looking good and we were positive this of course was a lie but how do you tell a man that his wife is about to die. He went to his car and said he needed to call his parents to let them know of what had happened. “Something is not right with Lwazi, I just can’t put my finger to it.” Mthobisi said as soon as he left “Nothing is ever right with him Honey, you should know this by now.” I said jokingly but Mthobisi was still looking at Lwazi’s direction and I could see he was deep in thought. I had no time to worry or think about Lwazi, he was the least of my problems, my sister was my main concern, what the hell were we going to tell her kids.
My aunts, uncles and other family members from my mother’s side of the family arrived, my mom or Victor had obviously called them.