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|Re: DREAMS by Ann2012(f): 7:06pm On Nov 26, 2020|
Thanks for the update ma’am
|Re: DREAMS by hadayshawlar(f): 1:50pm On Nov 29, 2020|
Something to make your heart do kikum kikum.
It was a Saturday morning and Olumide had decided to sleep in late. He needed all the rest he could get because of the hectic week.
August promised to come in later in the day so that they could go out and he finally convinced Fiyi to come visit him from school.
She wrote her last exam the previous day and she promised to stop by before going home. His ever studious girlfriend. He finally got his wish and put a label on their relationship. The mere thought of her brought a smile to his face
He was surprised when he heard his doorbell ring. He planned to ignore it but the sound kept disturbing him.
He pulled on his pajama bottoms and reluctantly went to the door to open it.
“What are you doing here?” he asked May, shocked to see her that early in the morning.
“I really need to talk to you,” she said soberly.
“Come in, ” he said opening the door wide. “Are you okay?”
“I don’t think so.”
“Please sit,” he gently guided her to a sofa.
“Do you want coffee or tea?”
“No, I don’t want anything.”
“Okay, so what happened? I hope you are feeling much better.”
“I am better in body but not my mind.”
“Talk to me what is wrong?”
“I am here because of that conversation you promised me.”
“Is that it?” Olumide sighed with relief. He thought something bad had happened to her. He dropped his phone on the table beside him where he was seated so that he could face her.
“I have been worried Olumide.
When I was sick, you used to visit and take care of me but right now, you behave as if I don’t even exist. You no longer come to our place, what did I do?”
“You did not do anything May and I still love you, just not the way you want. I can’t give you what you want, I already told you.”
“Why, is there something wrong with me, do you have someone else?”
Olumide thought about it. He didn’t want her to feel slighted, knowing that she feels that Fiyi was beneath her. In the same vein, he didn’t want to lead her on.
“Talk to me Olumide, are you ignoring me because of someone else? If I have offended you, I am sorry. I'll make ammends.”
Olumide felt bad.
“You did not do anything wrong. To be fair to you, and not raise your hope unnecessarily, I am in love with someone.”
May burst into tears.
Olumide was flabbergasted.
“After all these years Olumide, you promised that no one will take my place. I love you enough for both of us, we can work something out?”
“How? I don’t love you that way.” He explained.
She was weeping bitterly that Olumide had to pull her into a hug to soothe her.
He was surprised at her reaction, he didn’t know it was this bad. He noticed that while she was recovering at home, she always lightened up whenever he visited, she always wanted him to be around and even insisted sometimes that he stay till she went to bed.
“You are a beautiful girl and any man will be lucky to have you. I am sorry I am not that guy.”
He tried to calm her down but he seemed to be getting no where so, he excused himself to put something on, she was already soaking his body with her tears and caressing him. just in case another visitor comes knocking, he didn’t want anyone to get any ideas.
He came back a few minutes later to see her face all red and blotchy. She was fidgeting.
“Why don’t you clean up in the rest room?” He advised. He was thinking of the best way to dispatch her without being rude.
What if August comes in and meets her like this? He thought. He didn’t want to start explaining what happened and he didn’t want to embarrass her too.
“We can still be friends you know? I am sure you will find someone better than me.”
“None will be better than you. I have waited all my life to hear you acknowledge my feelings for you. I have forsaken every other guy for you. If you are worried about my brother, I know how to handle him,” she pleaded.
“It’s not about your brother May, if I love you that way, I'll do the honorable thing, I just don’t feel that way.”
“Is it my maid?” She sniffed.
“She is no longer your maid, ” he corrected.
“It is a form of betrayal on your part to date someone that poisoned me.”
“Don’t start May, please don’t.”
“It’s the truth, ” she emphasized.
“What if she planned to kill me so that she can be with you?”
“Leave her out of this May.”
“It’s her, isn’t it?”
“May please go to the rest room and clean up, I don’t like the way you look.”
She reluctantly picked her bag and walked in the direction he pointed. She’s been to his house before, but right now she was too distracted to think straight.
“Can I get a towel please, I think I stained my dress.”
Olumide looked at her as if to ask how she could allow such happen.
“I am sorry, I have heavy flow when I am stressed.”
“Walk into my room, you'll find one in there.”
She walked away with her bag behind her.
Once again, another knock at the door caught his attention. He checked the wall clock and it was a few minutes past twelve. It could be August he thought and went to the door to check.
For the second time, he had a surprise visitor. She was not a surprise really but he was not expecting till later in the day.
“Honeybun!” he pulled her into his embrace and kissed her thoroughly on the lips.
“Olumide!” She said when she pulled back for a breather. “When have you been planning this?”
He ignored her and pulled her back into his arms and continued to kiss her.
“Mr man, I need my lips back, ” she pushed his chest.
“I am allowed to kiss my wife right”
“Who did you pay dowry to?” She teased. “What if Bamise was behind me?”
“He’ll understand, moreover I know you are coming from school. I thought you were going to call me first.”
“I called your line now and a female picked, I just ended the call. I think it was the network.”
“My phone?” He searched his body and realized he had his pajama bottoms on and there was no pocket.
“Are you sure? I didn’t hear my phone ring, I left it somewhere.”
Fiyi dialed the number and they heard it ring in the living room.
Olumide went searching for the phone on the sofa when his bedroom door opened.
Fiyi was the first to lift her head towards the room.
May stood at the door of Olumide's room putting on his shirt that reached just below her butt cheeks and a satisfied smile on her face and her hair in all directions.
SEE YOU NEXT TIME
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|Re: DREAMS by Ebullient07: 3:40pm On Nov 29, 2020|
This girl is crazy
|Re: DREAMS by Katie2021: 4:27pm On Nov 29, 2020|
May is really crazy and abnormal. Thanks for the update
|Re: DREAMS by dawno2008(m): 9:12pm On Nov 29, 2020|
May we not have an enemy like may oooo
Which kind witch be this Sef?
|Re: DREAMS by Adeola25(f): 9:37pm On Nov 29, 2020|
May's obsession is getting out of hand. Thanks for the update
|Re: DREAMS by Tonyspecial(m): 8:54am On Dec 02, 2020|
Yawa don gazz
|Re: DREAMS by Kaycee9242(m): 4:51pm On Dec 02, 2020|
What is wrong with this May self abi na june be her name. Op well done
|Re: DREAMS by hadayshawlar(f): 7:09pm On Dec 04, 2020|
CHEERS TO A LOVELY WEEKEND
Thank you for the comments. Continue to tell people about Fiyi.
Fiyi looked from one occupant of the room to the other, waiting for an explanation. The smirk on May's face was annoying but she wanted to give Olumide the benefit of doubt.
In the few months she’s known him, he has not given her a reason to doubt him.
Olumide was speechless for a few minutes, He looked at May standing at the door of his room scantily dressed in one of his shirts with a satisfied smirk on her face. She didn’t look like the girl that was crying a few minutes ago.
“Excuse me, what happened?” He asked May.
“I should be asking you, ” May replied. “What is she doing here?” She waved at Fiyi.
Fiyi looked back at Olumide waiting for the answer to May's question, gently tapping her foot with arms akimbo.
“I invited her, this is my house, lady. What are you doing in my shirt?”
“Olumide! are you doing this because of her?” She waved her hand in Fiyi's direction.
“You just directed me to the bedroom now.”
Fiyi didn’t wait to hear more, she turned on her heels and walked towards the door.
“Honey! Honey!! Wait, ” Olumide called after her.
He got to her before she reached the door. He turned the lock of the door and pulled the key out.
“What are you doing?” Fiyi asked angrily “I need to leave right now.”
“Just wait and listen to me. I don’t know what she is trying to do but I can explain what happened. Believe me, baby, I have an explanation for all this.”
“I have heard all I want to. Is this why you told me to come on my way home so that you would have finished with her and I will take up another shift?”
“I will never do that to you. Just hear me out, baby. I am dead serious, I don’t know what she is playing at.” He explained hurriedly.
“What am I playing at?” She followed him “You invited me in yourself, did I force myself in?” May asked. “Is that even possible, look at him, look at me,” she said to no one in particular.
Olumide was dumbfounded. He pulled Fiyi into his arms despite her struggles and held her there.
“Baby listen to me,” he whispered into her ears. “Just listen to me. She means nothing to me and you know this.”
“Olumide, how could you do this?” May asked as she walked back into the living room. Olumide ignored her, he was still trying to placate the girl in his arms.
He whispered an explanation into her ears. He hoped she heard him. He held on to her as if his life depended on it.
“How could I have forced my way into the bedroom little lady?” May said as she faced Fiyi. Just ask yourself.
“You poisoned me so that you could take my man, it’s not going to work, do you hear me?”
Olumide ignored her rants. He could feel Fiyi calming down but he refused to release her. He didn’t trust her to stay that way for long.
He swept her off her feet literarily and took her to his room.
Fiyi was in a state of shock and could not react on time.
May followed after them, trying to pull him, but Olumide looked back with all the anger he could muster and said to her,
“If you move an inch from where you are, I swear you would not like the consequence. Forget that your brother is my friend and I think of him as family.”
May was shocked. She had never seen Olumide that way before. She burst into tears to distract him but all she heard was a click as he locked his bedroom door.
May stopped her act immediately, she couldn’t believe that he'll choose her maid over her. Olumide had always protected her interest.
This is not the Olumide she used to know. She was confused. She didn’t know what to do. She had deliberately picked his call when she saw Fiyi's picture come up on his phone when he left her for a few minutes.
She wanted to give an impression that he was with another girl but when all she heard from the other end was, “I am on my way,” she knew she had to do something fast and it didn’t work.
She couldn’t believe Olumide will treat her like this in the presence of her maid. Her dress was in his bedroom, meaning she can not even leave until Olumide opens the door. She paced the living room gently, thinking of what to do next.
Meanwhile, Olumide was in the bedroom explaining to Fiyi exactly what happened.
“Believe me, I am still shocked. She told me she needed to use the restroom and I directed her to my personal one because she needed to change her sanitary towel. She even requested for my towel. Then boom she comes out in my shirt.
Baby, stop looking at me like that, say something.”
“I don’t even know what to say. I don’t want May's wahala( trouble).
Whatever she thinks is going on between you two should be settled without involving me.”
“There is nothing between us,” Olumide emphasized.
“Lumi,” she said softly. “She likes you. I think love is a better word, I don’t want her to feel…”
“I love it when you call me that,” Olumide said pulling her from the bed and captured her lips.
“I am not joking,” Fiyi withdrew her lips from his despite the electricity than ran through her body at the brief contact.
“Let me savor this moment joor,” he nipped her lips. “Don’t let her use her reggae to spoil my blues.”
She tried to withdraw from his embrace again but Olumide was having none of it. He continued to kiss her lips, then introduced his tongue when she attempted to say something to him.
Fiyi gave up and reveled in the emotions that were welling up within her. Nobody has ever made her feel as wanted like this. She could feel his hands roaming her body and she couldn’t help groaning at the sensation she was feeling.
Olumide gently pushed her on the bed and continued to minister to her needs and his with the carefulness of someone who just got a treasure.
“Let’s talk about this first.”
“Let our bodies do the talking,” he persuaded and continued to assault her lips, the journey moved to the arc of her neck, He was far gone in his explorations when Fiyi called his attention to the knock on the door.
“Just ignore,” he replied.
“No, I don’t want her to have anything against me.”
“You are just a killjoy,” Olumide grumbled as he went to see the intruder.
SEE YOU NEXT TIME.
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|Re: DREAMS by Ann2012(f): 7:21pm On Dec 04, 2020|
Thanks for the update
|Re: DREAMS by Ebullient07: 8:10pm On Dec 04, 2020|
Is May high on something or something is high on her? She should not let the devil to use her biko, She should just take several seats back, Love is not by force. Person don tell you as things be, you still dey do like demon possessed human.
Fiyi and her Lumi's love will definitely be tested.
|Re: DREAMS by Kaycee9242(m): 8:31am On Dec 05, 2020|
Nawa for dis May oooooo! What is d number of her problem self? Op nice update
|Re: DREAMS by Adeola25(f): 2:54pm On Dec 05, 2020|
May is the intruder. Olumide should open the door and give her clothes to her, so he could continue with his ministrations. Thanks for the update
|Re: DREAMS by hadayshawlar(f): 12:10pm On Dec 08, 2020|
Guy, my baby is gradually taking you away from me.” August teased his friend.
“That’s not possible and you know it. She doesn’t even have time for me.”
“She doesn’t have time for you but you have more than enough for her.”
Olumide laughed. “I try bro.”
He didn’t want to explain to his friend that he has been avoiding his house because of the incident that happened with May. She had repeatedly called him that he had to block her line. She then sent a message pleading for forgiveness. He replied the message and informed her to stay away from him.
If Fiyi had left angrily that day, he wondered if he would have been able to convince her of his innocence.
Immediately he opened the door for her when she requested that she wanted to pick her dress which was obviously not stained, he left the house with Fiyi because he didn’t want her to feel uncomfortable.
They vacated the house and he told May to leave his house before he got back. In as much as he was angry, he didn’t want to do anything he'd regret.
“I have been looking at some office spaces,” August interrupted.
“Nothing big because it’s just going to be a few people at first but I am thinking of something classy for our image.”
“I'm fine with anything you pick. You have an eye for these things.”
“I am also particular about location, in case we have to work late.”
“That’s true.” Olumide nodded.
“I already have a guy for furniture but I want us to have a space before we decide on furniture.”
“Why don’t we get an interior designer for that?”
“Yeah, May introduced someone to me but I told her to talk to you about it too, just in c…”
“No,” Olumide interrupted. “She doesn’t have to. I am fine with whoever you decide on.”
August leaned back on the sofa and stared at his friend pointedly.
“I have been wondering for some time now, both of you seem to be cold towards each other. You should understand May by now.”
“Olumide, I know you.”
“I am serious," he insisted
“I hope this does not have anything to do with your relationship with Fiyi? I don’t think that should cause any bad blood. We settled this right?”
“Let’s close that chapter. It has nothing to do with the police issue.”
“You will always be family. I know my sister has a thing for you, I have tried not to meddle in your affairs. I know you are a good guy and you won’t…”
“Hi Olumide,” May interrupted their conversation. She was holding a small bag and looked dressed for an outing.
“Hello May,” he replied curtly.
“Can I talk to you please?”
“I have told you…” He started
There was a knock on the door.
“You know what? let me get the door while both of you sort out your differences.”
He walked out of the living room.
“I am sorry Olumide.”
“I don’t want to dwell on that, please. I have learned my lessons and I have moved on.”
“Olumide, I know you are still angry. I am ready to keep doing this until you accept my apologies.”
“Will you leave me alone if I do?”
“Don’t be like that Olumide,” she pouted. “We have known each other, longer than you know this girl. Something as trivial as that should not end our relationship.”
“You call something like that trivial?”
“You almost ended my relationship before it even started.”
May sighed. She didn’t know what else to say. She was still surprised at how Olumide has been ignoring her since the incident. Just because of that small thing.
“You know what…?”
“Sorry to interrupt,” August said. “This man is from the station and he said your attention is needed urgently.”
“Me?” Olumide asked.
“For what?” She asked shocked.
“You will learn more when you get to our station,” the Police stated.
“I am sorry, I can’t go with you.” She stood up from the chair to walk away.
“Madam, don’t let me rough handle you.” The police warned.
“What do you mean? I can not just follow you because you asked me to. What if it’s a case of mistaken identity?”
“It’s not,” August supplied. “He said something about someone accusing you of something. I interrogated him before allowing him inside. They are two but I only allowed him in.”
May was looking from the policeman to the door. She couldn’t pin anything that could have gone wrong. The last time she had an encounter with the police force was when she had to write a statement during the arrest of their housemaid. Why would anyone accuse her of anything?
Olumide stood up and approached the officer. As much as he was angry with her, she was still his friend's sister and if he could offer any help to her in distress, he would.
“Good afternoon sir. I understand you are on official duty but please help us understand what is going on.”
“Well, a lady at our station was arrested for the possession of a substance and she said she got it from her.”
“That is why we need you to come and write a statement.”
“Thank you, sir. But I'd like to know the name of the lady and the substance in question.”
“Are you her lawyer?”
“No sir, I'll just like to know.”
“All these answers you are seeking will be addressed at the station.
“Oga, I was pleasant to you when you arrived, can you at least give us a name?” August pleaded
“Miss Adebanjo or something,” he replied.
“You know her?” August asked.
“This way, Madam.” the Police directed.
“What substance did you give her?” August asked as the policeman ushered her to the door.
“I'll advice you to keep quiet as anything you say now may be used against you in the court.”
August searched for his phone. Maybe he could contact someone to help.
“I didn’t give her anything.” May insisted. “She is just angry that you broke up with her. She told me I bad-mouthed her to you and she'd deal with me she explained to her brother.”
SEE YOU NEXT TIME.
|Re: DREAMS by Emex100(m): 2:50pm On Dec 08, 2020|
thanks for the update.
but it's short.
|Re: DREAMS by Ann2012(f): 7:34pm On Dec 08, 2020|
Thanks for the update
|Re: DREAMS by Kaycee9242(m): 12:58pm On Dec 09, 2020|
Hmmmmmm Nice one op
|Re: DREAMS by Adeola25(f): 5:52pm On Dec 09, 2020|
Thanks for the update.
|Re: DREAMS by Tonyspecial(m): 6:16pm On Dec 09, 2020|
|Re: DREAMS by hadayshawlar(f): 7:27am On Dec 12, 2020|
“Please seat,” The Inspector said to Olumide and August.
He seemed to be in a hurry but took his time to attend to them. It was a Saturday and Mrs. Wright was away for a function but immediately August called about his sister she promised to join them as soon as possible. She called some top-ranking officers and that is why they were invited to the office.
The table was bare except for a few files at one corner, the Nigerian flag on the table, and the phone which looked more like an intercom. An extra uniform hung in one corner of the office close to a shelf that housed hundreds of files. They both occupied the seats opposite the table and waited for him to do the same.
“I have a lot of things to do right now, but I cannot ignore directives from my boss.”
“We understand, thank you for your time, sir.”
He dialed the intercom and requested that they bring both ladies into his office.
“If I may ask sir, how was this lady picked? The lady that accused my sister I mean.”
“We had her booked since your sister's incident, but your mother insisted we release her because there was no motive and she said she had nothing to do with the poisoning.
It was the same substance that poisoned your sister that we caught with her at a club where we rounded her up with some other people.”
“What? So she poisoned May.”
“According to her, she did not but we are not taking her word for it because she used it on someone else who is in a coma presently.”
“What confirmation do you need that she poisoned my sister?”
“If she did not poison as she claimed, how come she has such a substance then?” Olumide added.
“That is what we are about to find out. As I said earlier, there was a case at a club that was reported. She was one of the people involved and the substance was found on her but she said it is not her own.”
May and Foyeke were brought in a few minutes later.
May looked as if she's been crying while Foyeke looked unbothered.
The officer departed.
“Stand there,” the inspector directed them.
Olumide noticed they had no jewelry on and May's makeup was washed off by her tears. He felt sorry for her.
“Sir, she lied against me,” May started.
“She was dating my brother but they broke up a few months ago. I noticed she was involved in some shady stuff and threatened to tell my brother but I didn’t. She’s been threatening to deal with me since their break up.”
Foyeke eyed her after a long hiss.
“This is a serious business young lady,” the officer cautioned.
“She didn’t tell me anything,” August said to Foyeke.
“As if I car,” She rolled her eyes.
“Why will you tell the officers that whatever they found on you belongs to May?” Olumide asked in concern.
“Because it’s her own,” Foyeke replied.
“I am confused.”
“You should be because it started and ended with you.”
“Young lady, go straight to the point. This is not a drama club.”
“She’s just lying,” May started crying.
“Let’s hear what she has to say first,” August prompted
“May poisoned herself.”
“Foyeke!” August shouted. “How is that even possible?”
“August, believe me, this is not about you.”
“What is it about then?”
“Him,” She pointed at Olumide.
At this point, May rested on the wall in defeat.
“Excuse me,” Olumide said alarmed.
“If you want me to leave, I can. I don’t understand how I got into the equation. I did not wrong you, did I?”
“Sir,” Foyeke directed at the policeman. “Can you tell them to stop interrupting?”
The officer signaled them to keep quiet.
“May has always liked him,” she pointed at Olumide.
“Most of our friends know that, so no matter how many of us flirt with him, we know he was strictly May's”
Olumide looked around as if to ask what that had to do with anything.
“Everything has always been fine as long as we maintained our lane till their new maid entered the picture.”
August looked at his sister but she was avoiding him
“The girl was after August at first, I don’t know what changed her mind because they were always together and he likes her too.”
“I told you…” August interrupted but the Officer signaled him to wait.
“Then she started going after Olumide, that was when May flipped.”
“What do you mean flipped?” the officer interrupted.
“She was angry. It was her territory.”
Olumide opened his mouth in shock at being thought of in this light, even though he was ignorant of the happenings in their clique.
“On the day she was rushed to the hospital, I was asked to go back home and bring some change of clothes for her, then I found it in her closet.
I didn’t think big of it at first because I know she doesn’t do drugs. I took it and questioned her about it when the doctor confirmed that it was what she had in her system.
I asked her about it and she confessed to me about what she did. I promised to keep her secret as long as I could keep the drug just in case I needed it too.”
“Please hold on, I can’t assimilate everything you are saying.” Olumide faced Foyeke.
“Are you saying May poisoned herself with the substance?”
Foyeke nodded. “She said the girl, the maid I mean was in her way and she needed to get her out of the way.”
August stood up and walked to his sister for confirmation.
“Wait,” Olumide interrupted. “How was the poison in her system supposed to get Fiyi out of the way?”
“Well, it got her arrested didn’t it?”
Olumide looked from May to her friend in shock.
“I think she didn’t expect you to stick with her after the episode,” Foyeke shrugged.
“Listen to me young lady,” the officer pointed at May.
“ Those guys in the cell beside the room you were kept will be willing to devour you. All they need is a yes from me. So think well before you answer the question.
Is everything she said true?”
May did not need to affirm. It was written all over her as she nodded quietly.
SEE YOU NEXT TIME.
|Re: DREAMS by hadayshawlar(f): 7:27am On Dec 12, 2020|
|Re: DREAMS by Ann2012(f): 10:58am On Dec 12, 2020|
Secrets are out ooooo
Thanks for the update
|Re: DREAMS by PrudySara(f): 2:55pm On Dec 16, 2020|
Finally, the secrets are out... Thanks for the update OP!
|Re: DREAMS by Tonyspecial(m): 11:21am On Dec 17, 2020|
Nice update, no peace for the wicked
|Re: DREAMS by hadayshawlar(f): 12:56pm On Dec 19, 2020|
“How you dey?” Olumide asked as hi friend entered his apartment. He looked at him cautiously trying to gauge his mood.
The last time they met was at the police station and he had told August plainly that he would never come to their house again.
Even if it sounded immature or petty. He needed to maintain his distance for sometime.
“I am just there bro. You know what they say, if Mohammed does not go to the mountain, the mountain goes to Mohammed.”
“I guess…” Olumide started
“You don’t have to explain yourself to me, it’s okay” August interrupted waving off his speech.
“August, you are my friend and I have nothing against you, I just think it’s the best thing to do. I blame myself in some ways about what happened.”
August sighed “I am still in a state of shock about everything. I never thought May could do such.”
“Nobody thought she could. What it means is that if I don’t succumb to her advances, she could kill me.”
“ She'll never do that,” August refuted. “she is used to getting what she wants and I think it got into her head.”
Olumide huffed “someone that poisoned herself to get someone in trouble or better put, out of her way.”
“Still, I am sorry on her behalf. She didn’t think about the consequences while hatching the plan. She is seeing a psychologist now. I think it goes beyond what just happened.”
“Can we talk about something else?” Olumide suggested. He didn’t want to get riled up.
August went to the mini bar to pick a drink and glass.
“if you insist.”
Olumide was happy that there was no bad blood between them
“I have been persuading Fiyi to come around for a meeting, she has refused bluntly.” August complained
“You should know better, you want her to come to your house?”
“Not my house,” He sipped from his glass and strolled to the sofa closest to him. “I suggested a meeting place. We have to pay for damages. It’s what the law states.
As much as I do not like what May did. She is still my sister. I hardly talk to her these days because I am pissed, but there is nothing I can do. I love her.”
“I understand bro. The truth is Fiyi can not come to your house or meet with your mother. I can not even advise her to do such if that is what you are suggesting.
Her experience at the station is not something that can be forgotten in a hurry especially when someone did it just because they have the power to.”
“Don’t talk like that guy.”
“That’s the way I see it, forget the fact that she’s my woman”
“My dad has gotten involved. He is taking May out of the country. He wants to meet Fiyi before he leaves. I don’t want Fiyi to disrespect my dad out of anger which is how you come into the picture.”
“My hands are tied bro, but I will talk to her about it, since it’s your dad. You know she can be very stubborn,”
“Sure,” August smiled
“Once I get a response, I'll let you know.”
“Mehn! I have never seen my pop man this angry. This caused an issue between my parents. He said my mom indulges her too much.”
“I have no words sincerely. I blame myself too. Maybe I should have been firmer when she told me she liked me. I just didn’t want her to be hurt.”
“How is Fiyi doing by the way?”
“She’s okay. She is gradually getting over it. She even made fun of me.”
“You know how she can be. She wonders what is so special about me.”
“Is she coming around this weekend?she has refused to see me. Thank God she still talks to me though.”
“You are like a beother to her, she won’t forget that in a hurry.”
“I hope so.”
“About coming around today, I am not too sure. She has some deliveries to make and one is a birthday party.”
“Wow! She is a guru now.”
“She tries, at least I have tasted enough meals.”
“Lucky you. I hope she'll take my order when I move to my own house?”
“You are moving?” Olumide was surprised
“Yes, I think it’s hi time I moved. With all the happenings and all”
“What about your mom? Now that your sister is leaving the country.”
“I don’t know, they'll iron it out. She'll probably get someone to live in with her when her husband is not around.”
“Don’t you think she needs you more now?”
“That is what I have been thinking all this time. See what happened.
Mom is so emotional when it comes to May. I am angry with her too. If she had told me before arresting Fiyi, I wouldn’t have allowed it.”
“Don’t take it out on her now when she needs you.”
“She doesn’t need me abeg. I go to work anyways and I will be busier once we get our own office. I want to live my life.”
“Guy you can still…”
“There is nothing you can say, I have made up my mind. I think I am a distraction for some of her friends too.”
“Yeah or why would Foyeke think May dictates who I date.”
“If you say so, The female mind is complicated”
“Anything man can chow?” August switched
“I have some stuff in the freezer that we can microwave.”
“Hey God!” August lifted his hands to the heavens. “Now that this guy has snatched Fiyi from me, he has started living large.”
Olumide started laughing “what can I do? That’s what happens when your baby is a chef.”
SEE YOU NEXT TIME
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|Re: DREAMS by Oluwatimi2000(m): 1:58pm On Dec 19, 2020|
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|Re: DREAMS by Ann2012(f): 6:38pm On Dec 19, 2020|
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|Re: DREAMS by PrudySara(f): 6:47pm On Dec 19, 2020|
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|Re: DREAMS by Nobody: 7:45pm On Dec 19, 2020|
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|Re: DREAMS by Adeola25(f): 9:57pm On Dec 19, 2020|
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|Re: DREAMS by hadayshawlar(f): 4:18pm On Dec 21, 2020|
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|Re: DREAMS by hadayshawlar(f): 4:18pm On Dec 21, 2020|
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