Which seems greedy for someone who has Tom Hanks as their dad. You're already living the dream, kid.
What's not understandable is Meg Ryan's character, Annie, hearing this on the radio across the country in Baltimore and deciding that she's infatuated with this absolute stranger and wants to be with him. This doesn't even factor in the fact that she has a fiance of her own, a perfectly normal dude whose only flaw appears to be allergies? Annie uses work resources (which has to be illegal) to find out his name and contact info, buys a ticket across the country, tracks him down, watches him play on the beach with his son like a serial killer, decides he's the only one for her. She then breaks up with her fiance at a restaurant in the middle of dinner, telling him everything, and leaving him there alone to presumably eat his meal in freaked out silence, while she goes to jump into Tom Hanks' arms. This movie is WILD.
The thing is, it's implied Tom Hanks recognized her as the woman he keeps "accidentally running into" and might have put two and two together. Except instead of doing something like calling the police and running in horror, he kind of has an "it must be fate" reaction?