The Mistake She Made I Won’t Stop Regretting – part 1
I will never forgive Ogochukwu for what she did to me.
I wish there is a way to make you share a part of the pains I’m going through now. You caused everything. Yes, you did.
I have always been a careful man, but I don’t know how I allowed my active and intelligent brain to be manipulated.
I met Ogochukwu at a restaurant, she was there, eating alone.
I found her attractive and been that she was eating alone, I decided to join her table.
She acted so matured and we clicked. We exchanged numbers.
After we left, we maintained contacts and started building feelings together. And I was beginning to like her, even more.
We became a thing.
I invited her to my house, but in those times she visited, she never cleaned my house, nor wash my clothes.
When I asked her reason she does not want to wash my clothes and clean my house, she said, “It’s very wrong to wash clothes of a man who is not my husband. I will only do that if we are married”
I said ok and believed her, because she was so nice. She cooked anytime she visited. And most times, she bought the items with her money and when I tried refunding her, she will reject, saying that, she also enjoyed the food, that I shouldn’t bother.
I marked her as a very good girl and any man that has her as a husband won’t have to suffer much, because she is a big girl and believes in splitting bills.
And even if she didn’t end up washing my clothes, I will get a washing machine.
And cleaning of a house won’t also be an issue, since I have my boys and it’s also their job to be cleaning the house.
So we kept going stronger and I was making plans of making her my wife. She understood my moves and knew that, I would be proposing soon.
Until that faithful day. She called, seeking for my permission to bring her best friend, who is also her cousin, from her maternal side.
She said, they have a short break. It was lecture free week. That she would love to bring her along to spend the holiday in my house, that she would be bored in school, because her boyfriend broke up with her and that she has been crying and that, her family are leaving in Lagos. She wouldn’t want to leave her alone in that condition.
And I said ok.
I accepted immediately and considered her a family too, since she is her cousin.
And finally, they arrived.
I took them out that evening to a local joint and we had some good time.
Her cousin, Blessing, said she doesn’t take alcohol, so malt was brought for her, while my girl, Ogochukwu, took Heineken.
She has a strong head and can carry alcohol, so I didn’t find it wrong for her to take alcohol…..do not stop reading. See the next part below