I had a boyfriend in varsity,we had been together for 2+ yrs, and that’s when I got pregnant. See, we was always careful, we used protection though we knew each other statuses. The condom broke and I took morning after pills but It didn’t work. I couldn’t keep the baby because I was in my third year of school, and so was my boyfriend. On top of that if the scholarship found out, I would have lost the scholarship. So the only plausible option was to abort and I did exactly that when I was 5 weeks and the next day I had an exam. To this day, I never really told anyone except for my boyfriend. My parents would have been disappointed emersley should they have known the truth. A year later I graduated with an Honors degree and in record time.
I’m not a nurse, but the nurse from the hospice who took care of my dad called me. My dad was in his final stage of pancreatic and liver cancer. Dad was always a quiet and respectful gentleman. But he was a bit feisty at the hospice. Our friend Steve came to visit and Dad took off his oxygen mask to hear him better. Dad’s nurse came in to check him and saw him with his oxygen mask off. “Mr. Benny, you’re terrible in bed,” she scolded.
He threw back his blanket and said ““hop on in and let’s see.” Our friend Steve was hysterical laughing. The nurse called me, since my dad never said it did this before. I went down there and asked ““Dad, what happened today with the nurse? I know you better than that.” Dad looked at me and said ““Baby, I’m 84 years old. I’ve been a good man all my life. Can’t I just be a little bad? How many men been bad their whole life?” I went back to the nurses station and asked if we could indulge my dad just a bit as long as it wasn’t really rude-Dad was just having a bit of fun. The ladies were wonderful. Dad joked with them and they joked right back.
Literally right up to his last day, when Dad has a stroke and peacefully passed away. So many ladies came by to touch Dad, hug and kiss me. We all cried-so many said he was like their dad, uncle, grandfather. It was dad’s way of dealing with his end-and bless him, he went exactly as he wanted. I thanked everyone at hospice with flowers, treats, and letters to the hospital and state, praising them all. And I know Dad is up there, leaving them laughing in the aisles.
Our son moved out less than a year after I left. He lives maybe 10 minutes away from his dad’s house but only goes over there to work on his truck. He hasn’t even gone in the house in a few years but he said the garage is filled top to bottom with her and her kids stuff infested with roaches.
I’m a very clean person. Our house was always nice. Decorated with really nice things. Most of the stuff I left behind. The only thing I cared about was a relationship with my son which I have a great one. Apparently she still uses my stuff that I left behind like some large area rugs and curtains also my cookware.
My boss was very threatened by me. She was the manager of the Emergency Medical Services office for the county. I was the quality manager and medical instructor. I would review the emergency reports written by the paramedics and when appropriate provide praise or constructive criticism. One to three days a week I would travel to fire departments and ambulance services and provide continuing education. The paramedics/firefighters loved when I came to the station. I was a very encouraging instructor and provided practical lessons that they could actually use in their emergency work.
As a husband, i took good care of my wife and ensures that she lacks nothing. Some weeks ago, i bought her an iPhone 11, but guess what? As soon as the iPhone 11 Pro Max was launched, she requested to get the phone. Since i couldn’t buy the phone immediately, i asked for some time so i can save up money. She accepted reluctantly. In our church, a three-day fasting assignment was given. We were expected to abstain from food and sex during this period. On the final day of the fast, Rose had gone out to buy some fruits and foodstuff. Unfortunately, she forgot to take her phone along. She had taken my phone instead. When she discovered that she had made a mistake, she called me immediately and asked me to turn off her phone until she returns. She sounded like she was scared of something and that prompted him to check the phone.