I am just a normal woman. As in... I am young and married. I am a mother of two children. The boy is the older one. He is ten years old. I have been married for nearly twelve years now. I know that this fact is not your business. But there is a reason for … Continue reading Dr. Saint Valentine
Ikechukwu's arrival made me smile. He was here because I had called him in We were all happy to see him. At least I think we all were. However my joy was futuristic. I was excited about where we would go after the remaining Adventurers had gone. Do not get me wrong. I liked them … Continue reading The Holy Mountain
Mya I feel nothing. Watching them both stammer and stutter is epically underwhelming. My best friend and my fiance. Edit that, an acquaintance and my mistake. You see after a series of convoluted events, this ill bred scoundrel confessed to having slept with my best friend several times. She denied it of course. Despite the … Continue reading Life After Death
I had just taken this picture when she asked me that question. Had to remove her image... Sorry. Privacy policies... Yes, that question. We were in a popular frozen yogurt franchise. We were sitting around a table meant for four people. She was seated by my left hand side. 'Mrs' (not mine, but another's) was … Continue reading Do You Love Me?
(Thank you R. O for letting me do this. May you always have parables to tell.) I have never deceived myself. I think that that is the worst sort of deception, when you lie to yourself. My name is Prophet (Dr.) Abi' Samuel. I shepherd a flock of about three hundred and fifty souls in … Continue reading Prophet (Dr.) Abi’ Samuel
I am of the opinion that my sister is a cow. A very cow-ey cow at that. Hi. How are you doing today? Enough pleasantries exchanged... To my matter... Said sister arrived the country with her family in tow for the Easter holidays. It was great seeing her again. She and her family of course, … Continue reading Brother’s Keeper
I am many things. But tonight, I am a doctor. The man had diabetes. When we met for my prognosis he weighed 292 pounds, all of which supported a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes mellitus. His disease was initially managed with diet, exercise, and metformin (Glucophage). Four months later, with weight loss and exercise, his … Continue reading The Hospital