The Estranged Wife Part 5
George Harris’ POV Sarah insisted to go with me to the site office today. She said she had some documents for Alex and David to sign. I volunteered to bring the documents and have them signed because I was worried that she wasn't ready to see Alex after the confrontation that happened on the previous day. She was unusually quiet during our breakfast this morning. I wanted to ask her about what happened yesterday but I decided to keep my mouth shut. Sarah would tell me everything if she felt the need to, I assured myself. We were both speechless halfway through the site.
The Estranged Wife Part 4
David Carter’s POV I rushed to the nearest mall to buy some clothes for Alex. I didn’t understand why he kept bullying Sarah, apart from the fact that she is his ex-wife. He has been making her miserable for weeks. Sarah seemed really nice and she didn’t deserve all this crap. I’m going to confront Alex and ask him to cease bullying her. I’m going to do this not because I’m taking Sarah’s side, but because I don’t think it’s fair for her to be treated like that.
The Estranged Wife Part 3
Sarah Collins’ POV “Good morning.” George greeted with a hoarse voice. He wasn’t feeling well the entire afternoon and worked until 10 o’clock last night to finish some reports. He came home with a fever and was coughing all night. I knew he didn’t get enough sleep because of that.
The Estranged Wife Part 2
Sarah Collins’ POV I woke up early today because I needed to be in the office before 8 o’ clock to meet with my team. I glanced at the clock on the side table and it was 5:30 am, just in time to try on different outfits that I planned to wear for today, take a shower and have a decent breakfast with George. I took a shower, made a neat bun with my hair and put some light makeup on. I decided to wear my black and white colour blocked fake two piece dress and black open toe pumps. I didn’t want to be underdressed for the meeting but I certainly couldn’t afford to be overdressed and make an impression that I was the CEO. I wore a pair of pearl earrings and a gold oversized watch. I pulled back the curtain from my bedroom window to see what the weather was like outside. It was raining heavily. I grabbed a coat from my closet and left the apartment. I saw George standing at the lobby waiting for me.
The Estranged Wife Part 1
Sarah Collins’ POV I was sipping my champagne as I watched the newlyweds laugh heartily while chatting with their guests. My boss and mentor, Steve Johnson married his best friend and first love after 50 years. It was a quintessential traditional barn wedding with subtle blush and gold color scheme that complemented the golden stone interior of the barn. The Chiavari chairs and tall candlesticks added a rustic touch to it. There were fairy light chandeliers suspended from the old barn’s vaulted ceiling which gave a romantic vibe to the venue. The weathered exterior of the barn was decorated with flowers, garlands of greenery and pink and white roses. This was exactly how I pictured my perfect wedding reception to be.
You say chicken amok, I say Khmer-rific!
When you ask anyone who has travelled to Cambodia what their favorite dish is, they will say “amok”. So what is this exotic sounding dish? Amok is a curry dish made with chicken or fish that is usually served in a bowl made from banana leaf or sometimes coconut shell. Not only the presentation is unique, but also the flavor of amok will stimulate your senses. It is just extraordinary.
The Rise Of The Avatars
Tokyo, Japan (2610) Raijin is staring at the heart-shaped locket displayed at the Astronomical Museum in the middle of Tokyo. According to the label, this out of the theme item is instrumental for the determination of the exact date of the Year of Aquarius. It was dated 68 BC.
My Canada Permanent Resident Journey
110,966,155. No, that is not my annual income. That figure represents the population of the Philippines as of June 15, 2021. 16.7% of the population is living under poverty line while 88.6% of the households expressed concern over their finances. Being born and growing up in a third world country, I witnessed the tragic effect of uneven distribution of wealth. Although income inequality happens everywhere, it is a lot worse in third world countries where people with massive wealth run the society. They don’t make or break the rules. They are the “rule”.