It was hard for her husband and child to believe what she had done. She ran off with a sugar daddy and abandoned her husband and son. She did her husband wrong but I believe what she did to her son was worse. She was a greedy woman who decided to put money first. She was dumped by her sugar daddy and she asked her husband if he would take her back. Her husband said No when she returned because intelligence is something he doesn't lack. He told her that she left them once and he wouldn't give her a chance to do it again. This woman loved money too much and ended up having to pay for her terrible sin. She thought she could reconcile with her husband but she didn't succeed. She abandoned her husband and son, stupidity is often caused by greed.
SADLY< THIS IS A TRUE STORY ABOUT A MAN WHO I MET.
lord they say of that home overhead is beauty rapturous but the interred holler a song showing gold to be lead for his might is rancorous thought that allure captures still for when have the greedy had their fill not in this life not in the next for the fearful are still afraid and will be still, when down they're laid despite their fight the sickly go too for all their bated breaths could not help in their deaths that fed the soil what hungered so going silently into that goodnight
Do you remember the very first time you touched me? It was dark that night, I was so scared because what happened next was really hard to believe. Do you remember that I tried to move? I was uncomfortable in my own bed - That didn’t stop you, of course you felt you had something to prove. Do you remember lifting my hair? Probably feeling excited to find my sleeping eyes - My body all over was paralyzed. Do you remember all my terrified screams? Probably not, I’m pretty sure that only I could hear - Really hoping to wake up from this frightening, evil dream. Do you remember how we had known each other forever? You were my best friends older brother!!!
But I’ll remember that when I was 11, how you were so greedy and just like the ******* others!!! And you’ll just remember how we were always hidden under the covers...