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It is what it is

Short fiction story

By Diani AlvarengaPublished 5 months ago 1 min read
It is what it is
Photo by Andreas Haslinger on Unsplash

I saw my husband in bed with my co-worker. They just stared at me. I told myself if this ever happened, no explanations would be needed; I simply told them I would be packing all my stuff.

As I was starting to get all my things together, my husband cried and his cries are just irritating. I was confused and asked what in the world is he crying for. Clearly, his intentions were to have a marriage, but on the side, have an adventure.

My response to him was this: “You could have found marriage and adventure in me, but oh well, it is what it is.

Young AdultLoveHumor

About the Creator

Diani Alvarenga

I love to write and share my stories with others! Writing is what gives me peace.

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  • Thavien Yliaster5 months ago

    After she said that last line, she should've played "It Is What It Is" by Vincent Ingala. Glad that she kept her priorities and her frame straight.

  • Lamar Wiggins5 months ago

    In the end, it was his unfortunate choice to ruin the adventure he committed to. Something he can't take back. Great read, Diani.

  • Dana Stewart5 months ago

    Captured the moment nicely.

  • uggggh Yeah, I don't get that. Felt all too well

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