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THAT NIGHT IN ROOM 401 PART 2



I can imagine a lot of solutions you would have come up with about my dilemma but “It is Easier said and advised than done"... My situation was like that of a person caught between Pharaoh and the "red sea"...

I was in a marriage where circumstances beyond my control was the basis for the marriage. I married my husband at the age of 19 as a way out of poverty to take care of my Single Diabetic mother and my three younger sisters...So to be honest, I had never felt Love all my life till I met Larry, my keyboardist... Even God knew this was the first time I had ever felt the thing called " LOVE"....Point of correction, it wasn't lust, I felt LOVE...the love that tore at my heart....Love that made me happy but yet couldn't be expressed. This made me lose weight. I tried to back off, I tried looking for another keyboardist,

But....

Unfortunately for me, Larry was the kind of man I wanted, He was spiritual( He was full of the Word of God, we prayed for hours together), He was musically inclined, He knew how to make me laugh till I had tears in my eyes, something my husband never achieved for years of being married. I faked my happiness, and the only thing that ever made me smile was my MUSIC...

And Larry was in my Music...

My in-laws did not make matters easy, as Daniel and I were not from the same tribe, my husband was Igbo, and the fact I was Yoruba was not acceptable..., I always felt misplaced, But Larry, my keyboardist was from my tribe, and this made us jell well.

Also, there is something I haven't mentioned, My husband Daniel had been declared Medically infertile, he had what was called " NO SPERM count"....but Larry, my keyboardist was so fertile he had 4 girls and 2 boys with his wife...

Now do you see why, I wept on nights when I wished I was married to Larry....

Before I go on in my tale, was I wrong to have had this thoughts, and wish? I need your sincere answers....

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