A SMALL WORLD – SEASON TWO
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Oyinda and Temi drove home in a strange silence that was becoming characteristic of their marriage. They were both lost in their own thoughts, thinking about what had happened at the party today. To compensate for their mutual lack of interest in conversation, Oyinda had the radio on, pretending to listen to the sports news, while Temi looked out of the window. Thankfully, the twins, exhausted from their activity today, were both asleep in the back, being minded by their nanny.
Oyinda was stressing about how to fix the mess he had made today with Kemi. It wasn’t the first time he had been caught out in a lie by his women, but for some reason, he cared about what Kemi thought of him. Had she pieced two and two together yet? Was she ever going to speak to him again? Why couldn’t he just let her go…? There were so many other fish in the sea that didn’t have him jumping through hoops to get them into bed.
He stole a glance at Temi. He knew he should make an effort to talk to her, but she didn’t seem bothered herself. She had been in an odd mood for a while, and honestly, it was just as well. He appreciated the distance. He needed to focus on what he wanted, and trying to make his wife smile was not on his list of priorities. What more did she want from him anyway?
At last, they got home, and Temi and Diana, their nanny, came out of the car carrying the twins. Oyinda didn’t bother to come out. He told Temi he had a meeting to attend and would be back later. She just nodded and made her way inside the house without another glance back…
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