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|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 7:20am On Jan 23|
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by PrudySara(f): 11:42am On Jan 23|
Hahahahaha.. Nwakaego is inside a sweet hot pot of soup! Thanks for the update SheWrites!
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 12:24pm On Jan 23|
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by LtCZAR: 1:43pm On Jan 23|
Chai, Nothing Nwakaego no go see for marriage, Nothing Praise no go do to work him sure work. Abeg I still dey with my small leaf and Ghana root. Oga wey dey front if you see @shewrites tell her say more grease to her elbow, From people wey dey window dey look as Hall Don full .
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by YoungBruzzy: 2:45pm On Jan 23|
Nwakego is in soup oo Thanks SheWrites for this wonderful piece.
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 4:19pm On Jan 23|
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 4:20pm On Jan 23|
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SexySapphire(f): 8:14pm On Jan 23|
Yaaay...the story continues. Mrs Nwakego Etadafe has really gotten me thinking about marriage...the joy, laughter, peace, bliss and overcoming the challenges of it.
Not to forget the other room experiences as well
Thanks so much SheWrites for sharing this beautiful piece with us.
We live here
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 8:42pm On Jan 23|
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 10:52am On Jan 25|
MARRIED AND SLAYING: DIARY OF MRS. NWAKAEGO ETADAFE
16th October, 2018.
Hi... hi. Some clients just got me very angry this morning. Can you imagine all these people, diary? Customers are not always right o. Abegi leave that thing. Some of these people's sole plan is to frustrate and transfer all their aggressions on you for no just cause.
Many of these clients from Hades have ruined a lot of businesses. But as for me, no customer from the pit of hell will spoil my name and put a dent on my business and well-priced old and new clientele.
They should not just look for my trouble. This is one of the reasons why I don't take jobs anyhow. Even if the pay is good, once I notice that the client has some loose screws in his or her head, I will back away, sharp-sharp. Or else, we will end up clashing horns and trust me, I will win the battle.
I didn't come to Lagos to be anyone's slave. This is why I keep telling my staff to be smart. They need to use wisdom while dealing with these people.
Anyways, I have settled with these yeye clients. Which ones? The very ones that annoyed me this morning. Initially, they were trying to pay half the price for a service that was going to stress my staff and myself as well. They were even trying to make me feel like they were doing me a favour.
Can you just imagine? Me, I no dey waste time at all, at all. I didn't come to Lagos to count trees and bridges. I told them to go elsewhere. Then they came back in the afternoon, opening their '32', and behaving like we were long lost friends.
Abeg, abeg, abeg. Nobody should patronize me jare. When they saw that I wasn't smiling, they apologized and we struck a good deal.
All these people, if you give them the chance, they will just wreck your business. That's by the way sha.
I went to the bakery today. The manager and the rest of the staff were happy to see me. I gisted with them a bit, said 'hi' to my husband and headed home. Okay, wait. It was more than a 'hi'. Praise locked the door of his office and we had a quickie before I left.
Surprisingly, it was adventurous and fun sha. Even though the door was locked, we were still looking at the door, thinking someone will walk in on us. Hahaha... I am beginning to think that having sex in crazy places ignites the chemistry between couples. It lits the fire of their passion and rekindles any sour relationship.
Diary, I have got news for you o. I got a call from Cassandra this evening. She said Nasir was arrested last week. The silly guy raped the daughter of an orange seller living in my former area. The stupid guy thought he was going to get away with it as usual. But this time around, his cup was already full.
An NGO took up the girl's case and they got the idiot arrested. Cassandra said Nasir's sugar mummies couldn't free him from the police net this time around. Even with all their money and influence, the NGO refused to be bribed and intimidated.
Nasir was tried in court and he has been found guilty! The irresponsible son of some woman was going to spend the next decade in a Nigerian prison. He is going to suffer and rot there. I have heard of the nasty and terrible things that go on in those prisons.
I am happy that the likes of Nasir was going to face the full wrath of the law. There is no peace for the wicked on this earth. One way or the other, nemesis will always catch up with them.
Cassandra told me that the newly wedded couple, Itoro and Timi, were still living in the compound. She said Itoro told her earlier that they were moving out after the wedding. But she was surprised when they paid another rent recently.
Well, it's none of her business. Nor mine. The happily married couple are free to live wherever they fancied. It was their choice. It's their business. And it's also their money. Cassandra should just leave them and face her own. She is still single and Itoro is now married. I foresee a lot of strife and animosity already.
Thank God I don't leave there anymore. I think I heard the horn of Praise's car. My husband is back! I haven't even prepared dinner yet oooooo. Everything is frozen in the freezer. Eh! I just hope that he isn't that hungry. I think I will serve him some bananas and groundnut asap. by the time he is done with that, dinner would have been ready.
Got to go diary.
Talk to you later.
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 10:53am On Jan 25|
Enjoy your weekend *winks*
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by Ann2012(f): 12:58pm On Jan 25|
Thanks for the update ma'am
Enjoy your weekend too
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by Stargurl20(f): 4:05pm On Jan 25|
Good job @ she writes. I wish u update daily
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by Queengolden(f): 7:21pm On Jan 25|
Thank you Kim for the update love reading ya stories its mostly inspiring...... More grease to ya elbow I LOVE YOU
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 11:53am On Jan 26|
Ann2012:Hey my sweetheart thanks *hugs*
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 11:54am On Jan 26|
Daily updates? That's a beautiful wish o...
Everything is possible sha...
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 11:56am On Jan 26|
Who is Kim?
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by Stargurl20(f): 5:25pm On Jan 26|
SheWrites:Pls .... Do
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by skubido(m): 8:40pm On Jan 26|
Thanks for the update
U too much Ma
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by royalguy123(m): 6:46am On Jan 27|
She writes you're doing a great job,but being married I thought you were going to enjoy every moment but why complain,
hahahaha Mrs edafe other room things are very complicated poop.
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 8:10am On Jan 27|
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 8:11am On Jan 27|
Marriage is not a bed of roses oooo. Na serious hard work. As you lay your bed, you go lie on it by force.
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 11:56am On Jan 29|
Wishing you all a great week.
The story continues...
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by Stargurl20(f): 12:52pm On Jan 29|
Pls, update soon... I yam waiting
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 4:36pm On Jan 29|
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by dalu4god(m): 5:56pm On Jan 29|
Do you mean cooking literally or cooking the update?... lols.
I'm enjoying your story. More grace and inspiration
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 8:57pm On Jan 29|
dalu4god:Thanks. I was actually making rice and meat stew. *winks*
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by SheWrites(f): 9:00pm On Jan 29|
MARRIED AND SLAYING: DIARY OF MRS. NWAKAEGO ETADAFE
21st October, 2018.
I had a very unusual weekend. It all started on a high note, then things took a new swerve to the unexpected.
Okay, let me gist you about it, diary, before I start to ramble unnecessarily. Hahahaha...
I wanted to do some shopping, so I woke up early, called my staff and dished out instructions and threats as well. Yes, loads of threats. Sometimes, these people can mess up your business in your absence.
Once I was done, I made Praise breakfast, ate mine, took my bath and left the house looking fly in my pink T.M Lewis long sleeve shirt and blue jeans. My hair was braided with attachments that had three shades of brown. This complimented my light brown complexion, making me look like a barbie doll.
Hahahaha... Praise almost stopped me from leaving the house. He wanted to pounce on me, but I fled. Unexpectedly, my car refused to start. It was as if it was silently taking sides with my husband.
I called our mechanic sharp sharp. He came over and by the time he was done checking the vehicle, he said it was a minor fault. I was very happy, until the guy told me that it would take him about an hour to repair the car.
As in how now?
I thought of waiting around. But, if I did, I might end up postponing the shopping, because my husband wouldn't allow me out of his sight once I go back in. We would surely end up spending the weekend in the bedroom.
My husband's driver was around at that time. So, I asked him to get me a cab while I waited by the gate. I could see Praise standing by the window, expecting me to come in. No way!
Ten minutes later, I was on my way to shoprite in a cab. When I arrived, there was a crowd as usual. Men, women, teenagers, children, toddlers, and babies. People were everywhere!
I found my way to the shops I needed to make my purchases and began to shop. When I was done, I decided to check out the list of available movies at the cinema. I snapped the list and sent it to Praise. He chatted me up on WhatsApp and he told me that he would join me at the plaza in the next hour.
I was elated. I enjoyed watching movies with my husband. And I always wished we could do it often. While I waited, I decided to window-shop.
Lo and behold, diary, you will not believe who I saw. I saw Benson! He was with a dark skinned lady and the way they held each other, I could tell that they were lovers or more. The lady was heavily pregnant by the way.
Benson saw me too and I could see the surprise in his facial expression. He approached me, still holding the dark skinned lady. We exchanged greetings and he introduced the lady as his fiancee. He told her that I was his colleague at his former workplace.
The dark skinned lady looked at me from hair to shoes, then she eyed me. Diary, can you imagine? She eyed me! Wetin I do o, diary?
Why do we women behave like this sometimes? You do not know me from Adam. Your fiance said I was his former colleague, not even his ex o. And you're already giving me attitude. What will you do if I was an ex-lover? Stab me? Break bottle on my head? For no just cause? I am not understanding again o.
Hahahaha... I laugh in Spanish. I don't blame her sha. I actually looked very, very good. I am curvier than I used to be, my coconuts are fuller and my backyard is something else. My physique is enough to drive any man nuts. Plus my pretty face, which still turn heads every now and then.
So, we cannot entirely blame the girl. She must have thought I was one Mammy water that wants to steal her man. Hahahaha... She was just drawing territorial lines and establishing her domain. So, I understand.
I congratulated Benson and the lady and wished them both a happily married life. And I said that I would love to come eat their pounded yam and catfish on the D-day. Then I told them that I was married already.
Benson said he was happy for me, but his smile barely reached his eyes. Then his fiancée started to smile one stupid smile. I guess she was relieved that I was no longer a threat.
I am just shaking my head right now. Women! Ah! May God help us oooo.
Benson gave the lady some money and told her to go buy the ice-cream that she had been craving for since they arrived. She kissed him and abandoned us sharply. I was a little bit amused. I had a feeling that Benson got rid of the lady for a while, so that he could talk to me freely.
When Benson's fiancée was out of earshot, he told me how beautiful I looked and how he wished he was the one married to me. I just stared at him, totally shocked.
Yes, diary. I was dumbfounded for the next few minutes.
Benson went on to say that he was really sorry for not listening to me or hearing me out, that period when Korede drugged and raped me. Benson said he was angry and hurt back then, because he thought Korede took what was rightfully his.
Benson asked for my forgiveness and I assured him that we were good henceforth. There was really nothing to forgive anyway. I am not saying his actions didn't hurt me, in fact, it depressed me. But I have gotten way past that now.
When his fiancée returned, licking from a cone of huge juicy and creamy vanilla and strawberry ice-cream, I bade them farewell and walked away.
I got a call from my husband the next few minutes. He said he was standing outside the cinema, waiting for me.
I hurried to the cinema to meet him. We selected a movie, bought popcorn and frIzzy drinks, then went in to enjoy ourselves. We had fun. And I wished we could stay out all night long. But that is so not possible. I think we got home around eleven or so.
Thinking about Benson now and what he said, I wondered if I would have been happy, if I was married to him. I wondered if we had eventually dated, would the relationship have ended at the altar, or we would have probably gone our separate ways by now.
One can never tell what would have happened.
I am just glad Benson realized how wrong he had been back then. He made a very bad decision by shutting me out of his life and pushing me away. But we cannot blame him entirely, he is afterall a full blooded man. Only God knew what went through his head that night when he saw Korede on top of me, pounding me like there was no tomorrow.
I am even flattered that he wished that he was married to me. Well, we can't eat our cake and have it. Life isn't a bed of roses at all. I can't even imagine myself married to anyone else except Praise. No one else compares to him as far as I am concerned.
Oh my... Praise just came out of the shower.
I have got to go now diary.
Wify duties calls.
Talk to you later.
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by Ann2012(f): 9:11pm On Jan 29|
Enjoy your marriage jare
Thanks for the update
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by damis28crown(f): 9:44pm On Jan 29|
chaiiiii marriage is sweet oooo how a wish i have finish schooling/my desire career entirely kaiiiiiiiiii
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by rukidanty: 11:54pm On Jan 29|
It's short o but thanks anyway for the update..more wisdom to you
|Re: Married And Slaying: Diary Of Mrs. Nwakaego Etadafe by Oovi5(f): 8:46am On Jan 30|
Your story's nice...! Please do tag me on your next update...!
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