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“He is a good guy, and the type that would do anything for me and our children. When I was battling cancer, he nursed me through it, took loans from banks just to ensure I got the treatment I needed. He stood by the kids when I couldn’t be there for them at home. He brought them to see me at the hospital, cooked for me and the kids, did everything I do at home – just to ensure the children were happy in my absence. He is not a perfect guy, but he tries for us all. He takes his role as our provider very seriously. He’s been good to me”JB

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“Mr. David, Hi

I loaned my husband to a rich widow, for two weeks. The agreement was, she paid me GHs 12,000 and had him at her place for the entire two week period. That was in January. She gave an offer we couldn’t resist in February, GHs 20,000 for two months. It was an all-inclusive agreement – my husband had to move to her house and return to her after work. It was a decision we both agreed on, so to the kids, their father had traveled again, and was to return on the 9th of April. My husband came back on the 10th, and suggested we I loaned him off for a higher fee.

We’ve been married for 10 years and to be frank, we seem to have taken each other – and the marriage for granted. Now, it’s like we are managing a family, rather than us being in love. We agreed on the loan scheme because we were in debt, and he could no longer go to the banks for loans. We couldn’t afford the interests and loans we already are paying. This widow and her friends employ this mechanism to help people like us to meet their own needs, which I don’t see anything wrong with.

He’s suggesting we loan him for GHs 35,000 and stop. That means, he’s going to spend the nights with her for more than three months. This was supposed to be a way out of debt, but I feel I am losing my husband to the lady. He’s assured me it’s just work, but Dave, I am scared it is becoming more than that. His priorities have shifted. It’s no longer about me or the kids anymore. He’s arguing that everything he is doing is for our family’s sake. What if I give in to this and he requests for another lease?

Our marriage means a lot to me, and I have sacrificed so much for him in order to maintain stability. I wanted a real relationship with my husband. A family with him was the dream. But I am finding myself to be making all these weird sacrifices, all in the name of love. He says he’s not going to be forcing me to be making any more of such sacrifices, but then, he wishes I would consider this last loan to make enough money for us. I have given him the benefit of a doubt but I am scared of losing him.

He is a good guy, Dave, and the type that would do anything for me and our children. When I was battling cancer, he nursed me through it, took loans from banks just to ensure I got the treatment I needed. He stood by the kids when I couldn’t be there for them at home. He brought them to see me at the hospital, cooked for me and the kids, did everything I do at home – just to ensure the children were happy in my absence. He is not a perfect guy, but he tries for us all. He takes his role as our provider very seriously. He’s been good to me. Am I overthinking all this?

He says this will be the last loan. He says he is in love with me, and chooses our family above all else. I am supposed to be thinking about his request.”

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