With her little retorts of defense, he could tell already it was something she was use to doing. He only shook his head at her as he continued what he was doing. When the basket was full of what he believed would be sufficient he went to the register. Everything was bagged and he had paid before walking out to join her. “If this was charity you’d be able to to get me a tax credit so I don’t have to pay so much.” He nodded his head for her to lead the way.
“You said something about telling someone who is stupid, but you don’t have to be stupid to fall for those things. You can hear it repeatedly and believe you know everything but then you fall for it. I’ve met more than my fair share of those people who want a quick fix for it, but I have none.” He was being honest and he was only sharing these things because he couldn’t not do that for her. It would weigh on him too much not to share the information so now that it was out there it was easier to walk with her to where ever it was she lived.
He managed to catch the door before it shut on its own. He could feel the energy coming from her and while she was walking ahead of him now he was picking out another card. He read it over and realized more information and that as well he hadn’t properly explained the card. He sighed heavily as he shook his head, “No. I didn’t explain that properly. The card points to being a mother, sister, daughter, and all things feminine. You will have more children or maybe you are now. When I say not to want too much, I mean that don’t want the absolute impossible. Don’t make decisions that could be seen as selfish. Such as don’t do those become rich quick schemes, don’t fall for scams, or believe that a job that pays a lot yet seems easy is true. Just keep being true to who you are and you will wind up very fruitful.”
As he spoke he was busying himself with placing things into a carrying basket he had. He wasn’t sure about all the things but he hoped they worked. He handed the basket to her, “I read another card.” That was his explanation while he went to the fridge area to grab milk, not bothering with the price. “I’m not sure what else you might need. You can say no and refuse, but I’ll still buy everything and get them to your place.” This time he was going down another aisle to look at the other things that might be good to put in the basket but then again he wasn’t a man who had children nor dealt with them growing up. Children seemed to like him just fine and he was good with them, but he didn’t understand what it took to raise one.