Design a site like this with WordPress.com
Get started

THE LADY CALLED LADY

Chapter 1:

Why are you smiling? Those words caught me off guard, after all I was smiling at everyone.

You’re cute and I like that you need to look up at me. (A quirky answer! Surprisingly no one else seemed to hear it).

That was the very first time I met her. I was there to meet someone who many believed was special but things took an interesting turn when this beautiful girl came into the picture.

I met so many girls who knew me because I was actually very popular. I had no idea that I’d have to smile so much when made the trip to the East that morning. I was supposed to be at school for one thing or other but here I was close to 50km from where everyone knew I should’ve been.

Those who know me, know that I attract ladies but I get very shy when I have to speak to them. But here I was, a superstar, and for once I didn’t think about being shy.
Everyone seemed to know me and it kinda felt good. The adolescent hormones in me were enjoying the attention and oh I was beginning to reconsider certain life decisions. (That is another story for later in life).

I had heard her name before, spoken to her and seen her picture before. Meeting her in person was a revelation. For some reason when she was introduced, I shook her hand and went one extra step to hug her. It was harmless in everyone’s eyes but that laid the foundation for the future.

A Lady in her own right, with an amazing sense of humor. She made fun of my perpetually wet palms and said she wouldn’t stand close to me because I make her look short. After a few minutes of getting to know her, she skipped away on important business and brought our first meeting to a cliff-hanging end. I wanted to know more about and explore her. She cut it short leaving me wondering if we’d get a chance to talk again or that was that. Deep down I knew……I’d see her again and we’d pick up where we left off…… Exploration!

Photo by Stokpic on Pexels.com



Disclaimer: This blog post is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and individuals are either used fictitiously or the product of the writer’s imagination. Any semblance to actual life is events is completely unintentional.

Let’s get chatty. What do you expect to happen in Chapter 2?

Advertisement

One response to “THE LADY CALLED LADY”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: