The new Mr and Mrs Diary
MR – rushed to the hospital on Tuesday with chest pains, thinking it was a heart attack, but it was stress-induced angina. David has bitten off more than he can chew. Hmm, I don’t feel sorry for him. I want to, but I find it hard to feel any sympathy for a man who sees a hornet nest and intentionally goes to put his head into it. He’s going to get seriously stung.
What’s going on, you ask? Well, after Mrs Adobi got her husband back, Astonish went a step further. She seduced her driver. Yes, you heard me right—her driver. The man is married with children. Astonish invites him up to the apartment, pretends she wants to send him on an errand, then strips and practically jumps on him. The driver is dazed, caught unawares, and while trying to break free, David walks in and feels this sudden pain in his chest.
What does she say? Nothing, just shrugs and walks back into their bedroom and shuts the door. Thankfully, the driver rushed David to the hospital. And you won’t believe this – rather than confront her, he calls me to ask how he should handle the situation because he doesn’t want to lose her.
Now, what do we do about Astonish? David is scared to even think of leaving her, one because he claims she’s the best thing that happened to him, and two, the oath. On her part, Astonish is milking it. David knelt to beg her to forgive him and asked her to name anything she wants, and he would buy it. The crazy Astonish came close to him, rubbed his head like a puppy, and said in a mousy voice, “ Honey boo, do you want to know?” David, half panting, half shivering, replies, “ Yes, Pumpkin.” Then Astonish laughs and says, “I want a twosome.” Now it was David’s turn to pass out…….hmmm.
MRS – I am exhausted. Why? You ask. Well, I’ve spent the last week getting Tammy to listen to stories of women who have experienced one form of betrayal from their husbands and have forgiven. I spoke to a few who didn’t forgive and moved on; all in all, the majority forgave and didn’t regret it. A couple left and did, and a couple stayed and did. But despite all my efforts to make her see that forgiving Kola is a better option than divorcing him, she still says she needs time to think about it. Then, as if that wasn’t bad enough, she moved into a rented apartment and took her children to stay with her foster mum. I mean, this is extreme; I’ve never seen Tammy like this; if I didn’t know her better, I would say she’s behaving like a bird who wanted to fly even before the stone hit it. It’s as if she was waiting for the first opportunity for Kola to mess up, and she’s out. She even said something to me a few days ago that threw me off completely.