Kofas Diary

Bumps and Grinds

Fred had not spent two days in PH city when we started having challenges. I for one love communicating and talking even about the ant that carried sugar past me while the housefly was taunting it.
After a long hard day, I would want to talk, he would pick up the call, tell me he’s in a meeting or engaged in a business deal and would call back soon. I’m very understanding o, I’ll let him be.
The first night, I waited and waited and waited. The wait was serious o. Only for me to call some minutes to midnight to find out he was actually asleep. Chaaaiiiii.
‘Babe wait, I was trying to call you and ended up falling asleep… Please smile for me… I’m sorry please. ‘
I forgave him.
The following day, same thing happened. But this time around, Karma was really a bitch. I fell asleep waiting. You know how 6:30pm can look like 10pm here na. I waited, then fell asleep. Funny thing was that he called like 20minutes later, but u was dead to the world.
By the time I picked after three hours of 30mins interval, he was saying,
‘So you are trying to revenge right? ‘
We’ve sorted our issues now though.

 

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In the Beginning

He called to say he was relocating. Like seriously? Relocating without consulting me first? Who in a serious relationship that is just budding does that?

I took it like it was, just a statement. Not that we didn’t talk about it anymore but I felt, at the back of my mind that he wouldn’t leave me in this State.

When the final relocation letter popped up on my whatsapp, he was so excited and I had to be for him, after all, love rejoices in good of others.

I kissed and waved him good bye on his trip home, without a fuss.

Now I’m thinking how I would survive this remaining months of service without him in this State.

My name is Kairachukwu and I’ll be sharing my relationship journey with you.

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