I’m Worth My Weight in Gold As we grow as women from toddler to teen, from teen to adulthood life starts to change all around us. Your juices start to flow and your interest in
As we grow as women from toddler to teen, from teen to adulthood life starts to change all around us. Your juices start to flow and your interest in the male companion starts to grow. You look at yourself in the mirror and wonder am I pretty enough. Will I have a man to love me and take care of me you ask yourself. When you were in grade school, little boys picked on you and always made you cry but you remember your little friend Susie who all the boys just hung around. What does she have that I don’t, you ask yourself. When you get to high school, it gets worse. Walking down the hall, you hear the boys whispering about you and making snare remarks. You realize they’re making fun of you but you try to hold your head up like your mother taught you too. But is it enough? Here comes Susie and you hear the whistles and the boys falling over themselves wanting to carry her books. No one has ever asked you to carry your books and you wonder why. Through adolescence to adult hood you take a lot of crap. Why me, you ask, am I not pretty enough, what am I missing. You take another look in the mirror and before you know it, you realize you’re not twenty anymore, you’re thirty and you’re still alone. Your two best friends have husbands and when we get together, that’s all they talk about. I hate to go out for ladies night because I have nothing to share. So you find a man who you thought was nice, you really liked the way he danced and the way he holds his cigarette. What qualities. You take him home with you, both of you in a drunk fizzy but that doesn’t matter because at least you can say you had a man the next time you get together with your friends for ladies night. Nine months later, guess what? You now have a little girl. A bouncy baby girl and she is beautiful. Everything is good for the first couple of years but all of a sudden things start to change. You’ve met a nice man last night and you brought him home. Lizzie your daughter stumbles in your bedroom by mistake, mommy she cries, my tummy hurts. Who is this little one your male friend asked? I didn’t know you had a daughter. You yell at your daughter to go back to bed and you’ll be there shortly. Now, now don’t treat her like that. I love little girls, your date replies. I have 6 sisters so you know I know about little girls. You mean you’re not upset? She asked her date. No, he replied, I knew there was something special about you when I met you. Time goes on and before you know it, your date has decided to move in. He sees you could use some help and thing are going good until he loses his job. Don’t worry you tell him, you’ll get another. This is your time to finally get to know Lizzie. You can stay at home and watch Lizzie while looking for a job and I’ll pick up some extra hours at the store. I’ll be great. Families should stick together thru hard time’s right? Her new love agrees. But then your worst nightmare happens, You get a call one day from Lizzie’s school (Ms. Jackson, Yes, this is me, Ms. Jackson is Lizzie ok, What do you mean ok, Ms. Jackson, Lizzie hasn’t been to school in over a week. Your heart drops to the ground and you’re speechless. Your mind starts to run 100 mph and you’re thinking, didn’t I see Lizzie yesterday, or maybe it was the day before. I can’t remember, I’ve been working so hard pulling double shifts. Jack told me not to worry, he’s taking care of her. Every night I look in her room, he’d stop me and say, “don’t wake Lizzie up, she’s had a hard day at school. This has been going on for a whole week. I’ve got to go home now. Its three hours before your shift ends but you’ve got to get home now. In your mind, OMG what have I done, where is my baby. Finally, you’re at home and jump from the bus and take that long walk thru the woods to your home and you look up and all you can see is darkness. The small trailer that you’ve provided for your family is dark. All the lights are out. Jack you yell out, Lizzie, Jack where are you? Your neighbor Mr. Todd comes out, Girl stop all that yelling, what in the hell fire is wrong with you? Mr. Todd, have you seen Jack or Lizzie? You mean that young man that resides in your home, or use too, what do you mean use too, Where is Jack and where is my daughter Lizzie. You mean you didn’t know? Didn’t know what? That Jack took Lizzie off last week. What are you talking about Mr. Tod, where is my daughter. Mr. Todd replied, Jack told me he was going out of the country, that you and him had broken up and that you told him to get out. He said he was dropping Lizzie off at your job. You mean he didn’t? (Where is Lizzie?)
Have you ever experienced anything so horrible? Can you imagine? I was reading an article the other day regarding a female who had let her boyfriend take care of her daughter and the boyfriend ended up killing her daughter. It was one of the saddest stories I had ever read. How do you choose a man over your own child? It’s time for women to wake up and realize that you don’t need a man in your life to survive. If you need a Dick that bad, there are plenty of hard ones in my shop that you can purchase right here at a discount. Remember, you don’t have to keep up with your so called friends. You are so much better than that. I bet some mother’s would do anything to get their daughters back in their lives. So for those of you who are able and blessed to have their little girls, look at your daughter and tell her, You’re Worth Your Weight in Gold.
Let’s get this discussion poppin:
What did you guys think about the woman who let her boyfriend kill her little girl. It shows him carrying her out in a basket. He did some horrible things to her. Have you ever been in a relationship like this? Please let’s talk about it.
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