Bonz’s reply: Hello,
Bonz’s reply: I realized Aisha had something extra going for herself beyond her looks when I talked to her that night at the club. Her whole conversation was different than Cami’s, who had a tendency to talk about money and material things a little bit too much from the day I met her. Although Aisha’s outfit was expensive (you know I know how pricey it was because I own a clothing store, remember?), she didn’t focus on her clothes or anything else materialistic that night. And the white wine she ordered was top shelf, which she wouldn’t even let me pay to refill for her.
*smiling to himself at that memory*
Yeah, I really liked the fact that Aisha was willing to pay her own way. That intrigued me. It made me want her all the more.
Bonz’s reply: I walk in forgiveness by faith one day at a time. If I didn’t have this slight limp to remind me of what happened, I might do better in the forgiveness department. But having to work so hard to regain all of my mobility and then to keep up with my active wife and kids, sometimes causes me to feel a little bitterness.
*taking a deep breath to calm down and unclenching his large fists in the process*
But then when I think of Jesus, and how He was betrayed by someone close to Him, too, and how forgiving He was, my faith is stirred. I start to believe that I can also get beyond what was done to me. The fact that I’m still so active with E-Blade’s kids without a thought of bitterness in my heart tells me that forgiveness has indeed taken root in me already. I’m happy about that.
Bonz’s reply: Now this is a question that I don’t mind answering,
Let’s just say, I couldn’t have asked for a better wife.