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The First Time I Told A Lady “I Love You” (Part 2)

As we were some meters away from Republic Hall, I started searching through my pockets pretending I was about to pay for the fare. After a thorough search, I just shouted “essssh my money is missing”. Everyone in the shuttle turned to look at me. Lordina asked me “Felix how much” and I responded “oooh is actually a Dollar note”.  I told her not to worry and in a very kind way she paid for me. I alighted at Republic hall and as I walked to the entrance, I felt like I was surrounded by ten dwarfs. One could read shame on my face. On the morrow, I received my first call from Lordina who saidshe said she just wanted to check up on me and would want me to assist her in studies.  I promised to help her and the agreement was that we go to the library every evening to study. It was Monday evening and we walked to the library to study. I had to impress Lordina and so before we went to the library, I read through all my notes. I was the new TA in town, eager to show Lordina my mental prowess. Memorization of terms and formulas was the order of the day. As we were studying, she suddenly paused and asked me,“Felix what is the meaning of Rights to Euthanasia”.  I looked at her and I told myself “oooh naa, eeii awurade, I am chewing a wrong bone. What is wrong with this girl”. In fact, I couldn’t even pronounce the word to think about the meaning. So I told her “I don’t know please” and she never asked me a question again till we closed from the library not even a single question relating to the things I memorized.  I never gave up but continue to study with her. Her average increased tremendously and I felt like I was an average booster than even VC courses. Our friendship developed and we fell in love with each other. I always wanted to propose to her but inferiority complex was my greatest obstacle.  I decided to rather resort to expressing my love for through actions instead of words. I began to flood her with precious gifts. I spent all my money on buying her pizza, shawama, and taking her to Accuzi almost every weekend at a time when I couldn’t afford fish anytime I bought Kenkey at Queens hall. I sometimes boughther expensive soft drinks and went to bed with an empty stomach.  It was a windy Saturday evening and we went to the library to study for our end of semester exams. As we were studying, Mahama entered the library; I mean there was a “Dumsor”. The Librarian ordered that we leave the library. We were both unwilling to leave and sat in the dark at a very far end. I turned and our eyes crushed, it was an eye ball to an eye ball. Our emotions raised and I held her hand, robbing my fingers on her hand.  I became very emotional and unconsciously told her “LORDINA I LOVE YOU” and in a very soft voice she replied “Felix I love you too but hmmm…..I GAVE BIRTH TO TWO CHILDREN AFTER I COMPLETED SHS”. My breath quickly dropped and my mind went shut. So I asked her, pardon, pretending I did not hear what she said. To be continued………….”we are not children of lesser god”  Ntenhene Felix (felixntenhene@gmail.com) KNUST.  Read more at: http://www.modernghana.com/news/627666/1/the-first-time-i-told-a-lady-i-love-you-part-2
As we were some meters away from Republic Hall, I started searching through my pockets pretending I was about to pay for the fare. After a thorough search, I just shouted “essssh my money is missing”. Everyone in the shuttle turned to look at me. Lordina asked me “Felix how much” and I responded “oooh is actually a Dollar note”.

I told her not to worry and in a very kind way she paid for me. I alighted at Republic hall and as I walked to the entrance, I felt like I was surrounded by ten dwarfs. One could read shame on my face. On the morrow, I received my first call from Lordina who saidshe said she just wanted to check up on me and would want me to assist her in studies.

I promised to help her and the agreement was that we go to the library every evening to study. It was Monday evening and we walked to the library to study. I had to impress Lordina and so before we went to the library, I read through all my notes. I was the new TA in town, eager to show Lordina my mental prowess. Memorization of terms and formulas was the order of the day. As we were studying, she suddenly paused and asked me,“Felix what is the meaning of Rights to Euthanasia”.

I looked at her and I told myself “oooh naa, eeii awurade, I am chewing a wrong bone. What is wrong with this girl”. In fact, I couldn’t even pronounce the word to think about the meaning. So I told her “I don’t know please” and she never asked me a question again till we closed from the library not even a single question relating to the things I memorized.

I never gave up but continue to study with her. Her average increased tremendously and I felt like I was an average booster than even VC courses. Our friendship developed and we fell in love with each other. I always wanted to propose to her but inferiority complex was my greatest obstacle.

I decided to rather resort to expressing my love for through actions instead of words. I began to flood her with precious gifts. I spent all my money on buying her pizza, shawama, and taking her to Accuzi almost every weekend at a time when I couldn’t afford fish anytime I bought Kenkey at Queens hall. I sometimes boughther expensive soft drinks and went to bed with an empty stomach.

It was a windy Saturday evening and we went to the library to study for our end of semester exams. As we were studying, Mahama entered the library; I mean there was a “Dumsor”. The Librarian ordered that we leave the library. We were both unwilling to leave and sat in the dark at a very far end. I turned and our eyes crushed, it was an eye ball to an eye ball. Our emotions raised and I held her hand, robbing my fingers on her hand.

I became very emotional and unconsciously told her “LORDINA I LOVE YOU” and in a very soft voice she replied “Felix I love you too but hmmm…..I GAVE BIRTH TO TWO CHILDREN AFTER I COMPLETED SHS”. My breath quickly dropped and my mind went shut. So I asked her, pardon, pretending I did not hear what she said. To be continued………….”we are not children of lesser god”

Ntenhene Felix
(felixntenhene@gmail.com)
KNUST.

Read more at: http://www.modernghana.com/news/627666/1/the-first-time-i-told-a-lady-i-love-you-part-2.html
As we were some meters away from Republic Hall, I started searching through my pockets pretending I was about to pay for the fare. After a thorough search, I just shouted “essssh my money is missing”. Everyone in the shuttle turned to look at me. Lordina asked me “Felix how much” and I responded “oooh is actually a Dollar note”.

I told her not to worry and in a very kind way she paid for me. I alighted at Republic hall and as I walked to the entrance, I felt like I was surrounded by ten dwarfs. One could read shame on my face. On the morrow, I received my first call from Lordina who saidshe said she just wanted to check up on me and would want me to assist her in studies.

I promised to help her and the agreement was that we go to the library every evening to study. It was Monday evening and we walked to the library to study. I had to impress Lordina and so before we went to the library, I read through all my notes. I was the new TA in town, eager to show Lordina my mental prowess. Memorization of terms and formulas was the order of the day. As we were studying, she suddenly paused and asked me,“Felix what is the meaning of Rights to Euthanasia”.

I looked at her and I told myself “oooh naa, eeii awurade, I am chewing a wrong bone. What is wrong with this girl”. In fact, I couldn’t even pronounce the word to think about the meaning. So I told her “I don’t know please” and she never asked me a question again till we closed from the library not even a single question relating to the things I memorized.

I never gave up but continue to study with her. Her average increased tremendously and I felt like I was an average booster than even VC courses. Our friendship developed and we fell in love with each other. I always wanted to propose to her but inferiority complex was my greatest obstacle.

I decided to rather resort to expressing my love for through actions instead of words. I began to flood her with precious gifts. I spent all my money on buying her pizza, shawama, and taking her to Accuzi almost every weekend at a time when I couldn’t afford fish anytime I bought Kenkey at Queens hall. I sometimes boughther expensive soft drinks and went to bed with an empty stomach.

It was a windy Saturday evening and we went to the library to study for our end of semester exams. As we were studying, Mahama entered the library; I mean there was a “Dumsor”. The Librarian ordered that we leave the library. We were both unwilling to leave and sat in the dark at a very far end. I turned and our eyes crushed, it was an eye ball to an eye ball. Our emotions raised and I held her hand, robbing my fingers on her hand.

I became very emotional and unconsciously told her “LORDINA I LOVE YOU” and in a very soft voice she replied “Felix I love you too but hmmm…..I GAVE BIRTH TO TWO CHILDREN AFTER I COMPLETED SHS”. My breath quickly dropped and my mind went shut. So I asked her, pardon, pretending I did not hear what she said. To be continued………….”we are not children of lesser god”

Ntenhene Felix
(felixntenhene@gmail.com)
KNUST.

Read more at: http://www.modernghana.com/news/627666/1/the-first-time-i-told-a-lady-i-love-you-part-2.html
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