July 5, 2007

Tired

I got home today tired and feeling sleepy but had to force myself to do a make shift dinner(my oga hate oyinboish food) and no energy to really write something on my blog.Being a mother,wife and working can be damn too tiring but i give glory to God that i have a family i could call my own,a home i could lay claim to and children who despite their stress still make me happy and of course my oga in the house who likes to be worship but which man no like that?well,no sweat he still cares.I think i heard his horn,let me just pretend as if iam sleeping before he start sending me up and down but i no complain but too tired.

7 comments:

Viaduct said...

I have been reading your posts, and I feel that you have a voice that needs to be heard!!!!....., I am now in the age range where women are either waiting to get married or realized they made a mistake and looking for ways to end the relationship in the most hurtful ways to their partners. I am in a relationship with someone in naija and I pray I can say I am tired and mean it the same way u just did (one day)......

catwalq said...

keep on keeping on. u r nice
that's why chics like me are single for long periods at a time cos there is no way I am putting in a full day's work at my architecture firm and coming home to wait on anybody.
if i have kids, they have a father or a very expensive nanny. and i am not playing

Anonymous said...

marriage is meant to be a partnership. I wish more nigerian men will see it this way. Well done. i really enjoy your blog.You tell it like it is for countless Nigerian women married to Nigerian men.As a mother I just pray you will bring up your sons to view women as equals in a marriage situation to change the mind of the next generation. God bless you and keep doing what you do.

A Kel called Wonder ...... said...

lol sounds familiar my hubby thinks am weird cos am newly wed, no kids yet and i work long hours so am always tired and always giving him oyibo food,making sure he helps me etc etc infact one day after giving him gravy and potatoes with carrots (wicked gal, i know) he said he had had it he's a nigerian that prefers poundo or whatever. lol lol keep on keeping on. I wish i had kids it completes u sound great i like ur blog.

ababoypart2 said...
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ababoypart2 said...

Interesting...

Anonymous said...

my man isn't like that. he likes to feel important, but worshipping him isn't quite the same thing. to each his own, i suppose...