My Epic Heartbreak
After months without seeing each other, she implied that she would be in town with a friend.
The story begins with me moving out of Ongata Rongai to a suburb, Ole Kasasi. I was just about to finish my bachelor’s degree in Business and IT, BBIT, and was seeking a place to be, away from the noise in Rongai. I was ready for the next stage in my life; earning some money and finding myself and what I want to do with my life. At the time, I was too shy to pursue music. I went looking for houses and when I found one I met this beautiful lady who at the time I didn’t know I would fall in love with. We met and talked, and over time, one thing led to another, and she became my girl.
The girl who I’ll name Epic was my girl. We would spend time together when possible, especially when she was not having any classes at University and when I would be free from my online work at the time. She was amazing and is still such a beautiful person. We got to know each other, and despite thinking that I wouldn’t enter a relationship, I allowed myself to fall in love and see where it goes. I realized I loved her when I went home for the weekend and missed her so much. I was racing back, wanting to see her. I even went to see her just after getting to my place. She was my love, and I loved her deeply.
As fate would have it, there was a university break that would go for maybe three to five months for her, a long holiday. Her school would go for trimesters, and she was slated to go for her long holiday in early Dec 2019. We had only met in August that year, and she had to move out and go home for a holiday. Distance became an issue, and we would try and see each other whenever possible. We officially entered a relationship after she had gone home virtually, in early 2020.