It has been two weeks since she was admitted and she has been responding well to the medication. She will be discharged tomorrow. Am on my way home to finally chase Karen out. Even after all I have been doing to her, she isn’t leaving. I got home and she was busy watching a movie.
‘You are back?’ She asked concerned.
‘No am leaving,’ I replied with an eye roll.
‘I have prepared lunch,’
‘Am not hungry,’
‘Why do you hate me?’
‘Is that meant for me?’
‘Who else is here?’
‘You are a monster. When are you leaving this house?’
‘This is my husband,’
‘Am not your husband and if you don’t want to leave then am leaving,’ I said and ran upstairs.
I just remembered I have several houses so I will leave this for her. I packed and rolled my stuffs downstairs.
‘Please don’t leave, I love you,’ she said kneeling down.
‘Get out of my way before I do something you will regret,’ I shouted at her.
I could see fear in her eyes but she wasn’t moving. I pushed her away and walked out. I was almost driving when I realized I forgot a photo of I and Cindy. I went back inside and found her still crying on the floor. I went to what used to be my room took what I wanted and went back out but she blocked my way.
‘What does she have that I don’t?’
‘She has a heart, dignity, conscience and respect. Now can I go?’ I asked pissed off.
‘I can change for you,’
‘Love isn’t forced and I pray you find someone who will love you unconditionally. You should start changing for him,’ I pushed her away and left.
I went to my other house and told the maids to prepare the rooms. I sighed after unpacking some personal stuffs the rest will be taken care of.