Kutsemura Kwandakaita Decoder Ra Mai Tatenda
Okay so naturally Mai Tatenda ndaingonakirwa navo. She wasn't married but ndaingospakwa navo so.
There was just something about her chaingoita ndifunge kuti vari bho. She had one kid and was presumably 27 years old, she looked way younger than that though- aigeza munhu iyeye.
So handiti munoketa kuti pa ghetto mvura inonetsa, zvaitoshamisa ikaita 2 days iriko.
So since paden pangu paine mugodhi, Mai Tate would come paden pangu, just like many women vemuraini, and fetch water, waiziva.
Rimwe day vakauya paden pangu makuseni and I opened the gate for her. Vakandipfuurira pagedhi vachienda kuseri kumvura, mukadzi ainhuwirira zvake iyeye. Not zvema perfume wangu but natural scent.
Ndakanyepedzera kuenda kunotemha mango kuseri just to see her again, I did so but the silence became awkward.
So as a way to try and break it I said: “Mai Tatenda Ko Tatenda ane makore mangani?”
“Tatenda akasvitsa 2 muna February uyu mukoma Tich, ndayarutsa,” she responded vachigadzika chi tin chekucheresa mvura pasi.
She went to her place.
Days, weeks and months passed by while I tried to figure out whats really the deal with Mai Tatenda. Ndaivada here? Ndaivachiva here? Which is which?
So rimwe day ndakapinda mutown kuma 3 ndichida kunoisa ma movie pa flash, sezvo DStv subscriptions are now expensive.
Ndakaisirwa four ma series and went to join the winding long queue ye Zupco. Ndakamira pa line riye for close to 2 hours, rakazouya ndikaitawo pressure and went in.
So unongoketa skiri yemuZupco yekut the conductor anenge achingoti “vabereki dzokerai kumashure,” vanhu vachingodzoka until vatsindirana.
Vanhu vakaramba vachingodzoka kumashure until they started complaining. I coudnt believe my eyes when I saw Mai Tatenda as one of the standing passengers.
Mamiriro avanga vakaita nemwana ka, anga ari ma 1 zvekuti I knew kuti hapaimboshaya munhu ano offer kuvapa seat chete iye womira hake, so I quickly suggested that inini.
“Huyai henyu mugare Mai Tatenda,” I said ndichisimuka to which she gladly replied: “Ah maita henyu mukoma.”
Pane mumwe mdhara anga ari nechepamashure anga aine hat yemurara akabata Scud so, zvikanzi “haa mupfanha wakarerwa iwewe, une hunhu.” Ndakangosimudza chigunwe, thump, as a way of acknowledging his comment.
Remember dzanga dzava manheru, so takaburuka hedu pa bus stop and decided to go home together since taigara same hood.
“That was very nice of you zvawaita mubhazi, I didn’t think uri munhu akadaro,” she said vachisungisa tauro rekumusana.
“Hoo, maifunga kuti ndiri munhu akaita sei? “ I asked curiously, to which she replied: “I wont tell.”
Rimwe day manje, it was on a Sunday. Kwaiva kusina magetsi, ndamuka ndakazvifunga kuti today something should happen, Im shooting my shoot, ndikagowesa bho, ndikapotsa ndizvozvo. No guts no glory.
I went to see Mai Tatenda around 17:00. She was wearing a beautiful dress and smelling good as usual.
Her kid was playing outside, so I just knocked and vakaburitsa musoro chete, “Can I come in?,” I asked.
“Pinda hako, what brings you here?” she asked. I didn’t respond, at least verbally, since vanga vandipira gotsi headed for the lounge, I held her from behind by the waistline. I was more shocked than her, kuti zvivindi izvozvo ndazviwanepi.
I turned her around to face me, and for the first time I was that close to her, I realized how beautiful she was, I reached out for her, she pushed me aside, but not zvesimba, zviye zvekungoti “try harder to have me.”
I literally tore of the white top she was wearing, it was game on now.
In the midst of the shoving in the lounge, I realized kuti the OVD Decoder had fallen to the ground, in fact rakatodonha ndikaritsika but I didn’t even realize it. Ndakatozozviona after.
“Hiiii this shouldn’t have happened, zvino ndichaonei decoder ratsemuka” lamented Mai Tatenda.
Ndakashaya zvekuita, but seeing how desperate she was, I decided to take responsibility and help her fix the mess I had caused.
I went home and took my phone pacharger, I called Thabani imwe friend yangu.
“Thabani, where can I get a cheap OVD decoder mangwana makuseni, its an emergency.”
“Ndeip, go to GUIMAK ELECTRONICS, 93 Chinhoyi Street opposite Gulf Compex, rinoita only $45, or call 0773585195.
Ndakamukira kushop iye by 7am ndanga ndavako, I thought vanovhura na 8 but I was shocked to see kuti vanga vatovhura.
I couldn’t believe how cheap things like Smart Tvs and Generators were imomo, but semunhu aiva nemari shoma and nechipande, I just bought the OVD decorder and left. OVD ndoriye rekuti you dont pay subscriptions, you just watch for free.
I went straight to Mai Tatenda and delivered the decoder, you have no idea how much she smiled- problem solved, thanks to Guimak Electronics.