So, this is home. I love it. And I love you. You know what? The first time I saw you,
I told myself… this has to be the most
beautiful woman on earth. And then I got to know you, I saw the goodness
in your heart. How you treated people with
kindness and patience. And that’s when
I told myself, you would be a good
mother to my children. But more than anything,
I saw my future with you. So, all this… This is where
we will build our future and our family. I love you. I love everything about you. Everything? Yes. What’s everything? – Love.
– Come on. Don’t make me explain. Fine. I’ve been speaking
English all day, I feel like my
head will explode. Fine you don’t
need to explain. Welcome home, my love. You’re finally here! – Mom!
– Welcome to Australia, Rodelyn. And welcome to the family! I propose a toast
to the newcomer. To your new life… Enjoy. We will, definitely. So Rodelyn, are you ready
for your new life here in Australia? It could get lonely. She’s right. Nobody to talk to, not until
he comes back from work. Dad, you’re making it
sound so scary for her. You’re not eating?
Don’t you like my cooking? No, it’s delicious.
But… I’m just not used to
this kind of food. Right. She’s used to eating rice. In the Philippines, they eat
rice with everything, even at breakfast. Dear, you’re gonna
have to get used… – …to this kind of food.
– Yeah. But I’m sure she will
be able to adjust to her new life
here in Australia. Hello, Nay? Nay, how are you? I miss you so much, Nay. Nay, I feel so lonely here. I miss you, Nay. Take care. Hello, love. Are you crying? Why? What’s wrong? Love, I want to go home. I don’t like it here anymore. You want to leave? Why? You want to get a divorce? You don’t love me anymore? No. It’s not like that. I just feel so lonely here. We barely see or
talk to each other. When you go to work,
I’m left here all alone. I’d start talking to the walls, if I didn’t get to call
my family every day. At least when I
was still working, I felt like I had a
purpose in life. I have no idea. I didn’t mean to make
you feel this way. I just want you
to be comfortable. I completely forgot that
you’re used to being busy and having a lot
of people around. Come here. I endured the loneliness
I felt in Australia, because I love Vincent and he loves me. He did his best to
help me adjust. I enrolled in an English class, and took a vocational course. And I eventually found a job at an elderly
community center. I thought we would no longer
encounter any problems. Hi, love! Have you had dinner? Okay. Hold on. I’ll prepare dinner, okay? I already ate. Rodelyn, how long is
this going to go on for? You spend most of
your time at work. You’re barely home. Sorry, love. Sorry for always
working overtime. But don’t worry. I’ll stop working
overtime from now on because I requested for a
lighter work schedule. Aren’t you going to
ask why, love? Because I have to
take care of myself… and our baby. You’re serious?