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The House Girl – Part Seven


Osinachi returned home on Thursday morning, as she preferred to return when she knew Donald would be at work.  She wasn’t yet ready to see him, and they still hadn’t spoken since she’d left home on Monday.  She’d contacted the nanny service to request for the woman she had chosen from her interviews on Monday.  Fortunately for her, she was still available, and was happy to resume work that Thursday morning as well.

Osinachi still hadn’t found a Creche for Benjamin, and decided she would do the search today, so that she could at least get some work done tomorrow.  She’d had the worst business week, being mentally unavailable and having to cancel important meetings that could not be rescheduled.  She didn’t feel completely ready to return home, but she was beginning to feel like she never would be.  She’d taken a much-needed time-out to pray and re-evaluate her life and choices, so that she could make the right decision, whether to stay and fight for her marriage or walk away.

The house was surprisingly neat when she let herself in.  It was obvious that Donald hadn’t been eating at home…

Read more at https://blog.ufuomaee.org/the-house-girl-part-seven

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RELEASE DATE: 08/08/18

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