As I look down at my Ugg Boots that are starting to fall apart I am reminded of the ex-girlfriend who bought them for me.
Stacy was her name. She had issues and her life had been full of shame.
In the end we went our separate ways and the Ugg Boots remain my only reminder of what had been.
I hope she’s out there doing fine. Not a day goes by that I don’t pray she’s healthy and happy.
Maybe in the next life I’ll convince her to be my wife and happily ever after we can be.
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A sad story, to be sure. I hope the next life hold more joy in store for both of your characters.
Pity they couldn’t overcome her shame. Sad story, full of pathos and regret.
Her life was full of shame – there’s a huge story in that; wonderful line. Sad. But great that he loves her.
What a sad tale, Sarah. I could really feel for your narrator character and wanted to believe in the next life he dreams of.
Sometimes our shame is all in our head.
Thanks Guys 🙂 🙂
Sarah, Good but sad story. It’s too bad some people can’t rise above their sad times and get on with their lives even though they’re loved. Well written. 🙂 —Susan
Dear Sarah, You wrote a very sad tale. It’s too bad that people let the past keep them from being happy in the future. You can’t do anything about yesterday, only tomorrow! Thanks, Nan 🙂