Harry laughed “Brother? We haven’t seen each other in eighteen years Theo.”
Theo started to get angry, mainly with himself for coming here and having to listen to this. “And whose fault is that? I tried contacting you and I never had a reply. I sent letters and yet you never once replied to them; never called to see how I was getting on. I guess that’s how much I mean to you.”
Harry looked over at his brother and sat down “What do you want me to say? That I’m sorry that I didn’t reply to you? That I didn’t find the time to see how you were? To congratulate you on getting married and having a child.”
“I have three.” Theo leant against the wall, he didn’t think he would be there long enough to need to sit down.
“Well congratulations. But I have been busy Theo. I got your letters and I will admit I haven’t read the ones from the last few years, things have just been on the go, I haven’t had time to rest, let alone anything else.” Theo wasn’t happy that his brother had been ignoring his messages, that he hadn’t even found five minutes to find out how his brother was getting on, when he tried to find out how Harry had been doing.