A full time job

By Ovundah Nyeche.

But, but you see a tear rubber couple dancing endlessly on their wedding day… emmmmmm 6 months down the line, do you still dance like that?

Has that romantic ballroom dance changed to “kolomental”…

You see them feed themselves romantically… but 6 months down the line, has feeding changed to Sammie if you like eat, if you don’t like don’t eat…

Or Nkechi, where is my food… don’t you have hands, I just made me fine nails… If you can’t  get food for yourself… Tell the maid to fix you something to eat…

Wives not cook…

You see the lights, beautiful colours, and stars… And months down the line, colours change to horror, and stars become slap induced…

You hear the beautiful message, and the wonderful counseling sections… But months down the line… They take advise from every Tom, Dick and Harry…

The lady gulps every advise about relationships from 2 ladies, one who has never had a stable relationship for more than 3 months, as the “Wu wu not take it” spirit always has its way….

And a 2nd one who gives advise she does not follow… The 2nd lady advises them no to submit, tells them how to do “crinkum crankum”, but offline for her house she dey Hear maximum word.

Her husband is a story for another day…

You see them give their first public kiss, so long and romantic… But, but, 6 months down the line, kiss is becoming like snow in Nigeria, and becoming as scarce as Suya in the morning.

In other news,

Your wedding is not a destination, but the beginning of a beautiful journey.

Keep dating…

Keep loving…

Keep forgiving…

Keep being selfless…

Keep chasing your wife…

Keep practicing on your flows..

Keep being excited and exciting..

Yesterday I was told by my wife that I have stopped saying, “Love you” when we finish talking on phone… Meaning Abobi needs to take refresher’s course and improve on his flows…

Abro, when last did you chase your wife (I don’t mean with broom, cane, belt or cutlass)?

Abro, when last did you dig open those covered refreshing wells?

Abro, when last did you look at her waist, when she walked past, and smiled sheepishly?

Abro, when last did you poetically and practically adore and praise her?

Abro, when last did you make her know she is the game, the competition, the priority and the queen?

Abro, we have work to do.

Which is why you do not just  wake up and marry just anyone.

Let’s all make our marriages work…

Let’s us stand against the onslaught..

It is a full time job and it needs both hands on deck.

Anyone that shows my wife this post…. I go just deny you… It is not my real handwriting.

Again what do I know?

#HearWord #HearWordseries #Wisdomishere #Godlyhomes

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