Friday, September 22, 2017
Amelia hurried to the back of the house and saw Ashanti there, she was hiding behind a sack of old newspapers. “What is your problem? Why did you run?” Amelia asked. Ashanti stared at her, there was no way she was...
Jacob made his way to his bosses’s place, it’s been months since his boss suspended him all because he couldn’t find his stupid watch that he’d left in his car. Now, he had called and asked him to resume...
Ashanti held her phone to her ear and cringed as she listened to Lois cry over the phone. “I don’t want to be here anymore…I want…I want to go back home…” Lois wailed. “Pull yourself together, you’re not a baby!” Ashanti...
As Lois cleared the dishes and took them to the kitchen, she kept wondering; ‘what if Ashanti’s mom is my real mother?’ but then again, she shook her head. There was no way that woman was her mother. Not...
Ashanti stepped out of the bathroom and inhaled deeply, she had just had a very warm bath and she was feeling so good. “This is life!” She said smiling to herself. The door opened and she yelped. “Lois, its time for prayers.”...
Ashanti stepped into the big house and stared, she couldn’t believe it. This was Lois’s home and her parents were richer than she’d even imagined. Lois’s house was quite bigger than Amelia’s and Jeff’s and it was more tastefully...
Ashanti sent a text to Jeff. “I forgot my charger at your place.” He sent a reply. “Oh yea, it’s with me…when next you come, I’ll give it to you.” She sent another message. “No, I need it tonight…my battery is almost dead.” He...
Ashanti walked into the house that has been in her mother’s family for generations. Suddenly, she wasn’t happy with what life offered her at all. Why couldn’t she be like Lois? Why couldn’t she be the rich one instead...
Ashanti drank the glass of water and looked around her boyfriend’s house in approval. It wasn’t shabby. She thought as she stared at the family picture of a beautiful woman and a stern-looking man, flanked by Jeff and Amelia...
Lois mother was surprised that her daughter had returned to the house almost as soon as she’d left. She had just stepped outside to check if the taps outside were running as the ones inside the house had for...

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