The Epilogue

The Epilogue

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  • While I was in the waiting room, I couldn't stop thinking about my parents, but I knew I had to just let it be. I'm a grown girl now. I don't know how I'll feel, starting over a new life by myself independently, in another foreign country. I feel like it won't be the same as in Iran, even though chaos is still going on there.
  • As soon as I got on the plane, I already started to miss my parents even more and I still can't stop thinking about them. I feel like they miss me more then I miss them since I saw my mother faint and my father catching her in his arms. That was how I knew how much they loved me more than anything.
  • I feel that I'm not ready to start a new and better life in Austria yet. I want to go back...
  • The plane didn't even start to leave yet and it is going to depart in 15 minutes. I felt like getting off this plane immediately, and tell my parents how I really feel and how I am not ready to live on my own.
  • I couldn't take it anymore. I didn't care anymore. Wasting no time, I got up from my seat and immediately rushed out of the plane, ignoring the flight attendant's commands and trying to retrieve my suitcase back.
  • What is going on...?
  • What the heck... Where is she going..?
  • Hey, young lady! Come back here! Where do you think you're going?!
  • What in the name of...? What is going on...?
  • Hey! Wait up! STOP!!!
  • (Gasp!) Could that be...?!
  • Marji?! Oh my goodness, driver, stop the car, STOP THE CAR!!
  • TAXI
  • I finally caught up with my parents and reunited with them one last time. They understood how I felt and gave me another chance to be with them one more time and I told them how much I miss and love them. They agreed with me and accepted my excuse to not go to Austria.
  • Good choice. We missed you a lot, dear Marji.
  • I really want to be with you guys one last time. I miss you a lot. I feel that I am not ready to live on my own. Especially at a young age.
  • That's okay, Marji. We understand how you feel. You don't have to go. We miss you too. You can stay with us for one more week and you can go to Austria next week. How about that?
  • Yes. I would like that very much. Thank you.
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