Tinu worked in Ikoyi too. She had soon become used to greeting Sam in the traffic jams on third mainland bridge every other morning after their chance meeting at a wedding.
Soon, they became close friends and even started pooling each other’s cars.
Tabade had truly been a breath of fresh air. In fact, he became the only reason why Sam had a smile on her face these days.
Weeks after their meeting, Tinu joined them more frequently for dinner and movies.
“Babes, why must Tinu join us this evening again?” asked Tabade.
“Ahan, you know she would be very lonely now. I’d work around this next time, ok?” replied Sam.
Tinu soon became a part of the fold.
Tony had wanted to talk to her for a while now. He knew Tabade had come across her journal and wanted to tell her.
Tabade had found out that not only was she 4 years older than she admitted, she also could not bear children.
Tinu had given Tabade the journal.