forget my husband ill go make money chapter 16

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forget my husband ill go make money chapter 16
forget my husband ill go make money chapter 16

forget my husband ill go make money chapter 16

If I was going to do something I would want to do it right. I’m not gonna do anything half-ass.

I don’t know how to say no. That’s kind of what got me here.

One thing about being married to a doctor is that he always knows the answers. He doesn’t need to ask.

I’m just not good at saying no. No matter how much you tell me that I should, I’ll find a way around it. So it’s best if we just don’t talk about it anymore.

You’re probably gonna have to put up with a lot of shit from me over the years. But hey, you only get one chance to start out on the right foot.

I’ve been trying to figure out what makes people happy. And I think I’ve finally figured it out.

Sometimes I feel like I’m never gonna amount to anything. Then I think of a time when I did something really well and I’m like, yeah. Yeah. I could do that again.

We’re both single now. So it’s not like we’re gonna end up together.

My family thinks I’m crazy. They think I’m nuts. But they love me anyway.

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to be loved. It’s the way you show it that counts.

It’s hard to trust someone after what happened to us.

It’s pretty rare to meet someone who’s perfect for you.

I guess I was lucky enough to fall in love with someone who loves me back.

What I’m doing right now is making sure that our kids have everything they need.

Chapter 16

He could’ve been right about the whole thing. She was really not sure if she should tell him the truth or not. But then again, he had been her best friend since high school. If he knew the truth, he might understand her reasons for keeping her mouth shut. She couldn’t say no to him, though. If he didn’t know, he would think she was lying, and she wasn’t ready to face the consequences of that yet.

What if he did find out? Of course, he would probably never forgive her if she told him she’d cheated on him. She was going to have to figure something out, though. Her parents were probably going to kill her, and maybe even call the police. She just couldn’t do that to them. No matter how much she hated their rules, they were still her family. She loved them dearly, and she wouldn’t want anything bad to happen to them. Besides, they both deserved a chance to get back together. She wasn’t going to let anyone ruin that for them.

“I’m sorry.” She took his hand in hers. “I really am. I love you more than anything in this world. You mean everything to me. And I don’t want to lose you over this stupid mistake. Please forgive me.”

“It’s okay… I already forgave you. I guess now we just need to move forward.”

“No!” She shook her head. “You’re not getting rid of me that easily. We’re going to work this out. I just won’t ever cheat on you again. I promise.”

He looked at her for a moment. Then he leaned down and kissed her lightly on the lips. “That’s what I wanted to hear.”

“Thank you.” She gave him another hug. “I’ll try my hardest not to mess things up anymore.”

“Okay. Now, where were we?”

“We were talking about our future. Where do you think we should live after graduation?”

“Well, I thought maybe we could start looking around for houses while we were still in college. We could save some money for a down payment and buy our own place. After we graduate, we could use student loans to pay off the rest.”

“Sounds good to me. Maybe we could even look around here in New York City.”

“Sure, why not?”

“And what about you? Do you agree with me moving away?”

Forget my husband ill make money

I don’t care what he says, I know I’m not going to get pregnant right now.
I’ve been trying for weeks now. We haven’t had sex since we got back from our honeymoon, and I just can’t do it anymore. He’s still horny and wants me every single day. He keeps asking if I want to try again, but I tell him no, I’m done. I have enough on my plate without adding in pregnancy complications.

So I guess I’ll just have to find someone else who wants a baby. There are plenty of men out there who would love to have a kid. Why should I settle?

Oh yeah, I forgot about that. I need to start looking for someone. I have some time before I have to leave for college. I mean, I could always wait until after school starts, but then that means I’d miss the first couple months of classes.

I guess it was inevitable I’d end up here. I knew my dad was going to insist on having a say about who I dated, so I figured I might as well give in. But how am I supposed to meet anyone? There are only two guys at my school who even look remotely cute. One is a senior and the other is a freshman. Both of them are pretty lame and neither of them ever talk to girls. And besides, they’re both way older than me. What am I supposed to do?

I really don’t think my parents will approve of this guy. He doesn’t seem like a nice person, and I can’t stand his attitude. But I don’t have any other options. My mom is probably going to make me spend the summer working at the resort to pay off my student loans anyway. I’m not sure what I’m going to do.

Well, I guess I could ask around. I’ll see if anyone knows a good matchmaker who specializes in finding people.

I wonder if any of these guys have jobs. I mean, I wouldn’t mind having a job lined up before I graduate.

I bet if I did manage to find someone, I’d end up getting married before I turn eighteen. No matter what happens, I’m never going to let myself fall in love with someone who isn’t serious about having a family with me.

I wish I didn’t feel so guilty about dating someone who wasn’t interested in having kids. If I were in their position, I know I’d be upset. But I’m not them. I’m me. I’m happy being single.

Maybe I should take a chance. I mean, I already started dating guys who aren’t ready to settle down, and none of those relationships lasted long. I’m starting to think maybe I’m meant to be alone.

I can’t believe I’m actually considering this. I mean, I’m not even twenty-one yet! How am I supposed to date someone who hasn’t graduated high school? That sounds ridiculous.

I know it’s wrong to lie to a potential mate, but I don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings. Besides, I’m not sure how much longer I’m going to stay in town.

I guess I’ll just wait and see what happens.

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