Why choose when I can have both?

‘I love you, I really do,’ he whispered on the phone. He parked his car in the garage and walked hurriedly towards the door. ‘Hi honey,’ his wife welcomed him waiting at the door. She hugged him, took his bag and said, ‘I have cooked your favourite pumpkin soup tonight, honey!’ He sat on the couch, loosened his tie, slipped out of his shoes, peeled off his socks and leaned back. ‘Chat tomorrow honey, Good Night,’ he pinged her before he switched it off. Adventure vs Comfort, why choose?

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For Moral Mondays

Photo: ibtimes.co.uk

7 Comments Add yours

  1. TinzRant says:

    I’ve loved reading your post especially the sunset love diaries. Look forward to future post. Check mine out when you get the chance 🙂


    1. Alka Sharma says:

      Hi I know this is too late a response but congrats on 200 followers and I liked the simple and resourceful writing on your blog!

      Liked by 1 person

      1. TinzRant says:

        Hey, thanks you so much really appreciate it 🙂


  2. Nortina S. says:

    Why choose indeed. He seems pretty adept at balancing home life and his… “extracurricular” activities, but one has to wonder how long will his charade last. Great story!


    1. Alka Sharma says:

      Hmmm, it’s still morally incorrect. So yes convenience and adventure might be justified but it’s not right after all…

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Nortina S. says:

        Oh, definitely! His lies will catch up to him soon enough.


      2. Alka Sharma says:

        I also feel character and commitment is for oneself, and it does mean something. Not just for the fear of getting caught!

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