On a sunny Sunday afternoon, just after brunch (Between breakfast and lunch), I was sitting across a table with a female friend and colleague of mine when this married man, who turned out to be this week’s contributor walked in.
Truth be told, new faces/ new people are more attractive than the people we see and communicate with on a regular basis.
She could never remember losing her virginity as a child. It was taken from her and she remembered vividly how.
Something ago, a young man I was just acquainted with approached me for marriage. Normally, I am the sort that likes to keep my very private life Private! However, there are lessons here that I will attempt to draw out…
I had taken some of my shoes and bags for repairs and as I sat with the cobbler (who surprisingly is our narrator), an interesting conversation that lasted for about an hour ensued between us.
Marriage is responsibility; hard work. The male and female who are about to undertake this journey must be matured Spiritually, Physically, Emotionally, Financially etcetera.
Shade was only twelve when trouble begun in her home. Her father had just lost his job and things were getting tighter for the family financially. It was a family of eight and Shade was the youngest of them all.