DEAR FUTURE WIFE

By Ndifreke George

Dear Future Wife,

I know you are still single and faithful like me (enemies will attack an innocent man).
Sha, I know that Saturdays are not weekends anymore but wedding day. People are just getting married up and down. The said economic downturn seems not to affect the Marital Department of life. Today, I know more than two people who are married. No be say I dey fear say you no go fit wait o. I know say you go wait.

But as a way of insurance, I have done few things which I must Confess to you now. I have prayed that may you be very ugly in the eyes of every other guy. May they have hundreds, thousands and million reasons to hate you so much that they would never imagine themselves being with you even for a second. May those good qualities that are embedded in you STRICTLY for my enjoyment be hidden from those wandering guys. Needless to say, you are not football, so no player will come near your dwelling place. Besides, your darling isn’t a playboy (Don’t ask if he ever was cos whosoever is in Christ Jesus is a new Creature… Old things have passed away). In the light of this, I can boldly say that I am a virgin in the Lord. Lobatan!

Storried Dear Future Wife

Even as I am focused on preparing a fertile ground for us, you have to prepare yourself as a wife and not a girlfriend because a man finds a wife and not a girlfriend. Don’t follow all these chewing girls and be slaying up and down o. Please, work on your self as I am working with mine. Work on all your skills including ‘the other room sumtin’ for the days you’ll be singing “Mme kpa o o… ” joyfully (Shey you grab this parable ni).
Please don’t be carried away by the desire for flower girls, pre-wedding pics, wedding reception concepts, news of both simple and elaborate TM and all those things that make women’s head to swell… And go and say YES to anybody o. I am warning you o. Na small thing dey vex me o. (I joke with thee).

Finally, pray, pray and pray that the days be hastened. Above all, that I hammer too because I don get nails already. I know you understand what I mean.

Take care of you. Above all, wait, wait, I say wait on the Lord.

From Him,
#Ndifreke_George (N’some)

 

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DEAR FUTURE WIFE

By Ndifreke George

Dear Future Wife,

I know you are still single and faithful like me (enemies will attack an innocent man). 
Sha, I know that Saturdays are not weekends anymore but wedding day. People are just getting married up

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