“Mma, wait!” The more I called out, the faster she walked. “Tell me what all that was about! What do you mean the wedding is not happening?” I finally caught up with her but while she just stared a […]
“I don’t understand. She told me to come today.” I heard Edochie’s voice at the front door.
“She must have forgotten: the new priest needs her to interpret today.” Mom replied. “I’ll let her know you came.”
@Ajenifuja-Adetokunbo Haha you falling for her means I’m doing something right, to at least engage the reader so thanks for the compliment ! :) … Thanks for pointing that out, won’t happen again *self-conscious laugh*
I thought about what mother had told me before we left the house: “Don’t talk about anything opinion worthy, at least not the first time. Discuss about children, his family, favorite dishes and so on. […]
Nice story! I like the fact that it’s in a third-person, omniscient perspective. That way we got to know what both the oppressed and the oppressor(s) were thinking haha! Simple but meaningful, I liked it!