Simplemente Maria cap 5 part 2


Uploaded by JuliaAustralian on 27.06.2012

Transcript:
- Marcos! Get up! - What happened? - Don't you know? - What? - You have to go to work. - I am already late. - Then you will not go? And what about school?
- And why mother didn't wake me up? - Because she has the problems more important then waking you up. - And my alarm clock! - Don't invent. Hurry up! - All right.
- I have made some coffee. Go to the bathroom. Later we have to talk.
- Rita! Come in! - Thank you, moestro. I came with the good news. Maria has a son. - A son? Is it true? - He was born yesterday. I could come to Maria only today. - And how is she? - She is so happy.
-Please wait. - I listen. - When I will be discharged from the hospital? - Tomorrow. - Tomorrow.
- That is it. Everything I was going to tell you I have already told. - I will visit Maria today. - Good. - Do you want a cup of coffee? - No. I have to go.
- You know, I have changed the working place. I will be working nearby. In the building which is around the corner. - I hope it's better. - Sure. - Rita. It's my brother Marcos.
- How are you? - Good afternoon. I've overslept, as you see. - Yes. It's clear that you have just woken up. What a good life you have. Ok. I'll go. Good bye, moestro. - Thank you for good news.
- Here is your coffee. Sit down. We will talk. - Will you scold me? - Certainly I will. Drink your coffee.
- How old are you? - Don't you remember? I am 15 years old. - Do you know what I was doing when I was 15 years old? - You went to school. - And also I had two works. The first one before noon and the second one - at night.
- So we had something to eat. You, I and mother. - I know that you are a hero. - You should think before you talk. I am not joking now. - I am not guilty that you have sleeplessness. But I like to sleep very much.
- I want to sleep. Do you understand? Is it bad? - Let's talk about your duties. Do you go to school? - Yes. I also work as a sorter at the city marker five times a week. - It's true.
- Also you come home early in the morning very often. - I have fun. - You can have fun on saturdays. One day in a week is enough. - Not for me. - It's enough for the person who is studing and want to get a profession.
- Sit down. Sit down! Where do you go after school? Do you play for money?
- I am a man. No. The real man firstly fulfils his duties and thinks about his family. - I give all the money to my mother. - It's not true. You didn't give her. - Because I have some expenses.
- Don't play billiards and you will save your money. - I can't. I have right to... - No you will. Otherwise I will force you. I don't ask you to do something unreal. - I wasn't born to become a saint.
- Since today you will devide your salary into two parts. For mother and for you. It will be enough for the whole month. And after school you will go home. I will be with you every evening. - It's not fare.
-I am not a boy. - You are younger. In this home I tell what to do. You should remember that since tomorrow you will be waking up early and will not miss your work anymore. And you will study, so I will not be ashamed. It's your future.
-And if I oversleep once more, will you turn me out of home. - No. You won't be able to run away from here. It will not be easy. At first you have to grow up, then we will talk.
- I will always be a boy for you. - You are mistaken. When you will show me that you are already a man I will stop order you. But now you have to do what I tell you to do.
- Put on your clothes. At least you will in school on time.
- The child is mine. Remember that this child will be only mine.
- Hi, brother. I have a plan. Can you help me?
- Moestro! You came! How are you? - How are you, Maria? - Good. - I see. Rita told me that you have a boy. - He is so cute. Did you see him? - No. Firstly I came to you. - When you will leave you should ask someone to show you him.
- I think that it's possible. - Is he in the nursery? - Where? - It's the name of the place where infants are kept with special temperature and hygiene. - Yes. You will see him in the nursery.
-He looks like me. He even has the same color of hair. - Then he will be very handsome, Maria.
- It's wonderful that you are planning to have a birthday party. But what help do you need? I have no money. - Silly. Father will give me. I want you to invite your friends from the university and I can invite girls.
-I agree. Also you have time. - It doesn't matter. I have to think all through. And don't forget to invite Alberto. - With his girlfriend or alone?
- Do you think it is important for me? - I don't know. I think you would prefer he being alone. - Good afternoon. - How are you, father?
- Hi, papa. You know, we are going to have a party. - Good. - I want to celebrate my birthday. - Sure. - I count on Juan Carlos' help. - Your brother haven't time.
-It will be better if you do everything yourself. You have the whole month for this.
- Does the boy look like Maria? - All the infants are the same. All of them are ugly. - Silly! You came earlier my son. - Marcos will be coming in time everyday.
- Very good. Marcos! Wash your hands and call for German. We will have a dinner.
- I didn't know what will be with me and now I have a beautiful and healthy child. And I am full of strength to resist. - You are brave. - It's my destiny.
-All right. We can go when you can. - The nurse will bring Jose Ignacio here. - Jose Ignacio? - I didn't tell you. I called my son Jose Ignacio. It's my father's name.
- Jose Ignacio Lopez. - Yes. Lopez. As me.
- Can you help me? Dona Chichita will tell you everything you need.
-This is the girl don Lupe has told you about. - What is your name? - Maria Lopez. - How old is your child? - He was born recently.
- Poor. Good. There is only one bed in your room. If you need another - buy it. - No, senora. He will sleep with me. Don't worry. - Do you know the terms?
- She knows. - Do you agree? - Yes, senora. But I want to know when will be my days off. - It will be sunday. After breakfast. -You know, I don't need sundays. It would be better if I have it's twice a week after dinner. I want to study sewing.
- I don't like girls who make terms. - I am a very good worker. I can leave only on tuesdays and on thursdays. May I? - All right. But don't you dare to tell me later that you want to rest on sundays.
- Where will be your child when you are out? - He will be with me. Don't worry. I will be coming early.
- How are you, Maria? - I think I am good. I will tell you later. - I heard a voice. - Yes. - With whom you were talking? - With Rita. - This girl simply hasn't other business but to chat with the neighbours.
- Maria! - Don't you hear that Esperanza is calling for you? - Yes, senora. I'm coming. - Your child! Why does he cry all the time? - I don't know. - Maria! My breakfast!
- I am coming! - My God. - I can't sleep because of your child. I am sorry. I will bring your breakfast. - Don't you hear? He is crying. Go and calm him. - Yes.
- Bring me my breakfast. And hurry up!
- Come in. Good afternoon moestro. - Hi, Rita. Come in. I am glad to see you. - Thank you. - Do you have any news about Maria? - I think that she isn't satisfied with her job. She has been working in this home for several days and I think that her masters don't like Maria.
- Then why did they hire her? - They pay less. The child is very small. He always cries and wants to it. I wish you could see Mara. She has grown thin. - It's bad.
-Rita, tell her to come to us. We can figure out what to do. - No, she can't. She goes to courses of sewing in her days off. - Sewing? I didn't know this.