John could understand that, but he was here for something else. “Grandma told me you guys weren’t in love when you were married.”
William smiled. “She really tells you everything, huh?” Released from his burden, William told him openly, “We spent the first five years arguing, but then we settled down. I think the love only started budding from that point.”
“Five years? That’s a long time,” John mumbled.
“Yeah, it was,” he replied. “We took a longer time than most couples. Some of them started falling in love right after the marriage, but we were different. Your mother has a big attitude. It was impossible to fall for her.” Then, he guffawed. The divorce didn’t seem to affect him adversely. Instead, he looked happier than ever.
That was when John slowly looked sterner, and he frowned.
“Why are you suddenly asking me this though?” William queried.