The Mistake She Made I Won’t Stop Regretting – part 3
When I got home that night, they were watching television.
I didn’t call Ogochukwu that I was coming back.
I first called my boy and asked him what the girls were doing and he said, they were watching television.
So I instructed him to quietly open the door for me and he said ok.
My reason was to eavesdrop to their conversation, to know if I can pick their words, to help me fully understand who they are and the best character among the two.
Blessing is beautiful, but not too beautiful, but she has her curves to make up for that. She has a very attractive shape that would make a careless man loose control. Though, her shape didn’t strike me the first time I saw her.
It was the way she cleaned my house that made her find a space in my heart.
So after I reached home, I sneaked in, tiptoed to the living room’s direction and stationed close to the door, to enable me hear their words clearly.
Blessing was sounding calm, while Ogochukwu was sounding loud, as usual.
It’s her style. She loves vibing and doesn’t like dull moments. Though, I never saw it as an issue, it was one of the reasons I always loved her around. She makes life lively, but at that moment, I started thinking if it was what is expected of a married woman.
A married woman is supposed to curtail the way she live her life, the way she talks and shouldn’t be heard, sounding loud.
She was sounding loud as they gist about the film they were watching. It was a Nollywood film.
From the things I heard from the movie, the man was maltreating his wife.
And Ogochukwu was shouting that, if she was to be the woman, she will never take it. That she will quit the marriage, while Blessing said, that marriage isn’t like that. That if she leaves, does it mean she is going to keep jumping from one marriage to another, that no marriage is perfect. That what the woman needs is prayer.
Oh my God! And my heart marvelled hearing Blessing. She sounded like a well trained girl, from a godly home.
She was sounding like a pure wife material to me, while Ogochukwu, a pure feminist.
And I began asking myself, Is Ogochukwu, the type of woman any man should keep as a wife? She is a core feminist and her believe is definitely going to pose a problem when we get married. I better keep a close study on Blessing, since she possessed some characteristics of a good wife.
And that was when my attention started diverting towards Blessing.