Some passerby’s looked on and others beat the young man too, calling him thief, “apologize to her” Kwaku ordered again but the young man wouldn’t speak, looking distraught and dirty, his head bent to avoid more slaps from finding his face.
As always, there was a lot to do, she thought when she pulled a paper out of her upper drawer, and again her eyes found the colourful flyer. It was on her desk when she came into the office that morning. She took one look at it and immediately put it away. She didn’t need to see it a second time.
It was a Saturday but he was up already, doing what he usually did for her— serving breakfast in bed. More than breakfast in bed, the day also marked their fourth anniversary as husband and wife; the story of how they came together, Ato loved to tell anyone who would listen. She loved him too— he was the one perfect decision she finally made after years of several wrong ones, mostly, with men and little things like food.
Faith Isn't looking for love when the man who is supposed to be her husband comes into her life. Now she's faced with the choice of going with her plans or leaning into destiny..., when destiny is not like she envisioned. ENJOY ☺️ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ike-parbey/message
What can you do to increase your HAPPINESS LEVEL? I've been thinking about this and I have some thoughts to share. We all want to be happy. Don't we? 😁 Join me! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ike-parbey/message
Detailing the struggles, dreams and hopes of an autistic, Kwame Ebbs humanizes the realities of such a life in this beautiful piece and encourage us to be more compassionate. Movingly voiced by Kitsaaba Okyere. ENJOY ☺️ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ike-parbey/message
Sometimes we find exactly what we need in unlikely places...., like Ada. Enjoy the listening. And don't hesitate to share on social media 😉 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ike-parbey/message