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It has been another busy week in the world of “Marcy.” I am actually writing Chosen out of order at this point, and this snippet is from “Lisa, Jim, and Angie.” Characters I think you are going to love to hate.
If you would like to read about Marcy, snippet #1, click here.
Lisa walked over to Jim and hugged his tall, lithe frame. He hugged her back, resting his chin upon her head. “Hang in there, hon, we made it through the other two pregnancies; we will make it through this one too,” she said.
He kissed the top of her head, removed himself from her embrace, and as he left the room, he said, “I surely hope so, Lisa.”
As he got ready for work, Lisa searched through the cabinets, trying to find something for his dinner. They didn’t have much as they were waiting for payday to go grocery shopping. Absently, she made him two peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, put the last of the Cheetos in a Ziploc bag, added a couple of chocolate chip cookies, and a soda.
Jim, dressed in his maintenance clothes, came into the kitchen. “I’m sorry, Lisa. I don’t mean to be so negative.”
“It’s okay. Here’s your lunch; it isn’t much but it will do until payday. It’s going to work out, Jim, you wait and see.”
After he left, Lisa grabbed her cellphone, walked into the bedroom, and called her friend.
“Hey, Lisa, what’s up?”
“You have time to talk?”
“Sure is something wrong?” Angie asked.
“Well, yes and no.”
“What do you mean?”
“Well, Jim and I are having a hard time financially right now with the new baby and all. He is really worried about making ends meet. And I can’t get a job because I would only make enough to pay for daycare for the rugrats, so what’s the point, right? I am trying to figure out a way to bring some money into the house. You have any ideas?”
“Have you tried one of those adoption things?” Angie said.
“We aren’t going to adopt our baby out,” Lisa said in anger.
“I know that! Geez, I am your best friend. No, what I am talking about is finding a couple who wants to adopt and tell them you are giving up your baby, but you don’t have to. What’s the harm of a little lie? They will send you money and stuff for the baby and no one says you have to tell them you don’t plan to give up the child.”
It is a choice.
Author K. Meador is a mom to two grown sons who are currently pursuing their adult lives outside the home. For the past several years, she has traveled with her job and has now settled down in Oklahoma City area.
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