Tuesday, October 4, 2016

I Just Might Enjoy This Marriage.

Dear Amara,
I'm afraid I may be writing you more often now. I'm the same man that contacted you on reference by my sister in-law, explaining how battered and helpless I'm in my marriage and how my wife wishes to leave the marriage as much as I do (Read here)
I'm writing to commend you for the good work you do. I won't go into elaborate details of how we made peace. But for the first time in my nine month old marriage, my wife held my cheeks tenderly and spoke to me so calmly that I wondered if its the same woman that has always returned an angry word with an even nastier provocation.

The issue? She needed money for some drugs of N10000 or thereabout and I told her I don't have enough on me she should complete whatever I give her with her own money and buy her drugs. She retorted that she doesn't have any money. I flared angrily, and told her she was paid only last Friday while I'm yet to receive my pay check, what might have happened to her pay in a space of three days? Her calm reply and the way she held my cheek telling me how strong a man I am and all that sweet nonsense.... I didn't know when I dipped my hands in my pocket and gave her everything she asked and even added "I love you" to it.
She returned that with a gentle kiss and waltz away swaying her hips seductively. Catch my drift? Whatever spell you casted on her appears to be working and I just might enjoy this marriage after all.
For this one, I owe you a dinner of indomie noodles if I can afford it anytime you are in Naija.

I'm grateful to God for your marriage, and I pray that God will give you the wisdom, understanding and patience to groom your wife to the kind of woman that you yearn for in your life.
It's a gradual process and I'm glad that she's getting better with time.
Always maximise every opportunity that you have to shower your love for her and celebrate your marriage with her.
Please do not put so much pressure on your system as a result of the temporary challenges in your marriage, but entrust everything to God to perfect all that concerns you and your wife.
I'll gladly enjoy your indomie with you and your beautiful wife. Take good care of her hips sorry your wife.

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