The story of a man bringing his city-born wife to his more provincial family is told in "How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife." Manuel A. Arguilla spares no exact detail in expressing that beauty resides in Nagrebcan, because the location is quite provincial, with a tranquil and calm ambiance.
When Leon introduced Maria to his younger brother as his bride, Baldo wondered aloud if his father would approve. He wonders if Maria will be able to cope with life in the field.
This happened because baldo took the Waig road instead of the Camino Real. His father had given him the order. And the intention is to see how Maria's personality behaves to their situation and how long she can handle it.
When Baldo eventually brought her wife to their house, the story reached its peak. He is overjoyed to introduced her wife Maria to his family . And he wishes they'll accept her and treat with respect.
It's about how passionately Baldo confronts his father's rejection of him. He showed his father that initial impressions aren't always accurate. She is deserving of his trust.
When Maria unexpectedly appeared at the end of the story, Baldo's father immediately shifted the subject. It is clear that his father's judgment is as far from reality. It all boils down to acceptance, which leads to happiness.