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Sunday, June 20th 2010
Dear Diary (Continued from last weekend),
When I stepped into my living room I didn’t believe my eyes. There she was sitting at the edge of the sofa watching African magic and laughing out loud. (Btw, there’s something natural about the way she laughs. She laughs straight from her heart). Immediately she saw me, she screamed, stood up, walked up to me and collected my laptop.
Ada: Buzor, why did you do this to me?
Nobs: What did I do to you, Nne?
Ada: I’ve been trying to reach you since Friday.
Nobs: Oh! My phone packed up. Sorry for not calling you to tell you.
Ada: It’s okay. I thought you were angry because I asked you to send me transport money to enable me come to Lagos. I did not want you to be angry so I decided to come and see you in person.
Nobs: You are kidding me, right? You came all the way to Lagos from Akwa just to say that “You are sorry? Ada, I’m not worth the stress one bit”.
Ada: Mbanu.. Oremi, don’t talk like that. You are worth every minute spent in the ABC bus to Lagos. Imakwa, when they stopped so we could eat, I was angry that they were wasting my time sef. Oremi, I was only looking forward to seeing you.
Nobs: How did you get to the house?
Ada: I told Mama that I was going to Lagos and would love to see you, she gave me Chidinma’s number. I begged Chidinma to keep it a secret. I thank God for Chidinma ooo. She came to get me from Jibowu.
Nobs: Seen. Erm have you eaten?
Ada: Yes, Erigo’m. I even cooked Ukwa for you. Are you ready to eat now?
Nobs: No, I’ll take mine to work. I don’t eat after 7pm again as I’m trying to shed ‘Tummywa’.
Ada: But Oremi, I prepared it specially for you. You know I have to leave tomorrow with the first bus. We may have a test on Tuesday.
(*In my mind. I’m really not worth all these. She came all the way from Akwa to see me just to ask for forgiveness? Who does that? There’s no Lagos girl still standing that would even say sorry for standing you up*)
Nobs: Ada, I’ll take some to work and I’ll also have some when I get back from work.
Ada: Okay, no problem. Let me go and run your bath water.
Nobs: Adanma, I’ll do that myself.
Ada: Chidinma said you wouldn’t let me do that. She even said you would be angry when you find out that I washed your boxers.
Nobs: Obara jisos! No nah. You shouldn’t have done that.
Ada: I’m not complaining ooo. Oya, come and have your bath. Abi, should I come and bath you?
Nobs: No Hun, I’ll be fine BUT if you insist then…
We went into my room; she undressed me, took me to the bathroom and asked me to sit in the bathtub while she goes to change. Few minutes later, she walked into the bathroom in one of my boxers and a t-shirt. She was looking fresh; right there and then, I wanted to call in sick so that I can concentrate on her all night and day. She sponged my back and when her hands moved to some regions, I instantly developed a boner.
Ada: Some people are ready for action.
Nobs: Erm not really. I think I drank a lil too much tonight.
Ada: Anugo’m. Shud I join you?
Nobs: Erm ..you mean ..erm okay ..yes. If you want to
Ada: Some people are not talking well again. Okay, let me turn off the light and then I’ll undress.
As she proceeded with the t-shirt….
Room door: Kpam kpam
Nobs: WHO IS THAT??
Voice: O, Chidinma
Chidinma: Ada asked me to call her when the second part of this movie starts.
Ada: Okay, I’m coming now
Nobs: Must you go?
Ada: I don’t want her to suspect anything ooo
Nobs: Shit…Do you really have to watch this movie?
Ada: Buzor, biko don’t be angry but I don’t want Chidinma to suspect that we are having sex here.
Nobs: Just do whatever makes you happy
Ada: I’m sorry, Oremi
Nobs: If I’m your Ore, you would have stayed with me.
Ada: See ya later, Nkem
Ada left the bathroom and she took with her my chances of getting smashed in the bathroom but since she didn’t leave with my hands, I helped myself and NO, there’s nothing wrong with “self-love”. I slept off while waiting for Ada and only woke up when she came to bed around 3am. There was nothing I could do and I would be handling progress meeting in my office. Oh, well. And another, boner bites the dust!!!
Friday, June 25th 2010
I’ve got appointment with that female doctor. I’ve heard stories and I won’t mind having a doctor as a kele.
Rain Rain Rain and more Rain.
Left for Umuomaku for my sister’s traditional wedding. Mixed feelings……..
It’s my sister’s traditional wedding today and I’m sadhappy.
I’ve got two sisters and I heart them to the end of this earth. I don’t think I’ve enjoyed my sisters well enough and now one of them is about to be taken away.
I totally understand that I’m about to gain a brother but I’m yet to fully digest the fact ‘Baby Aji’ is getting married and may have to go with him today.
I mean she’ll pack her things from my father’s house and would now be visiting us?
I want NED to promise me that he would love my sister more than I love her and would take good care of her.
I also want to know if she would be allowed to spend two days with us during Christmas and yes Ned, you may come with her.
This is a big day for the Igwes’.
Ned, You are welcome to the family. We are officially four boys.
Sunday, June 27th 2010
I was sleeping when someone came to inform that my mum was calling to come downstairs. I was tired from yesterday’s carrying of chairs, food and drink. I quickly brushed, grabbed a Polo top and a double R.Got downstairs and who did I see?
Ada: Buzor, good morning
Nobs: How na?
Nobs: Mum, good morning
Mumsie: Nna, Kedu?
Mumsie: I called you to show the firewood that Ada brought for us ooo
Nobs: Hmmm. Ah ah is that not too much?
Mumsie: I told her the same thing
Ada: Mama, you know, you people have a lot of visitors and this may not even be enough.
Mumsie: God will bless you my daughter. A good man will not pass you by
Ada: Amen. Thank you mama. Ngwa, Buzor, let’s go to the stream.
Nobs: Okay, give me a min to get my ‘aju’
Ada: Okay, Oremi
I went up, called my sister to join us and together we went to the stream to get water for my mum.
Ada: Buzor, you are hardworking oo
Nobs: You need to feel me work without light self
Ada: That’s not what I meant. I saw you yesterday doing a lot of things.
Nobs: Oh that. It was my sister getting married and that’s the least I could do
Ada: Buzor, I would like to come and spend a week in Lagos if you don’t mind?
Nobs: Sure. When?
Ada: July and you know it rains in July.
Nobs: Okay that’s fine, hun.
We got to the stream, fetched water and went home.
My mum was really happy with all Ada’s effort and she specially dished food for US to eat together.
Okay I’m beginning to like Ada and maybe I should give her a chance. She’s a virgin and I think that should be considered a big deal.
Ada packed food stuff for me including. Ogiri, Ukwa, Agidi, Oka, Ube and Oha. Chai, dis girl sha na wa!!! 😀 Me Likeeeyyyy!!!
Thanks to everybody that came to support my sister during her traditional wedding; Becks, Mau, Shad, Nomso, Ms Ekenna, Ijure, Chinenye, Chinelo, Joy, Linda and every other person in between.