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01-01-2014, 09:15 AM #1
Wayne5 Member
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This is another wayne5 story. It is of course long winded and will be delivered in installments. I've lived a long time and I have a lot of stories, enough stories to plague you for years. Just like the last story about the Rapture I will tell you in front what I will do. I will deliver a surprise ending. I will tell you about people that should have known better and I will tell you that I have discovered, that people don't know much about the subject this story is about. What is that subject you might ask. Marriage.

In the beginning of "Wayne and Mary", not Wayne, because he had a life before Mary, Wayne was 25. Wayne had a broken heart from his last girlfriend, she was a blind girl with perfect eyes of blue. She looked right at you and didn't see a thing. She had a voice like an angle and a promising career as a singer. I have to cut this part of the story short, someday I'll tell you about it. She ran off with a bass player one day. When a blind person rejects you, they are rejecting your very soul, because they are not distracted by the way you look.

So Wayne decided that he wasn't very good at picking girls. He prayed to God that he would choose the next one and by the way she should be 36-26-36, blond and have a much lower IQ than himself. God said "No problemo! I got just what you need. Just let me have some time to set up the meeting." Paraphrased of course.

Wayne was working in a restaurant as a waiter. Being a waiter was the perfect job for a young person. You made some money, you didn't have to work too hard, and you had a fair amount of free time. One night Wayne didn't have any customers so he went to the front door to hang out. There she was, the new front door hostess. He was suddenly shocked and heard this voice say "Well what do you think?" The conversation continued in Wayne's head for only a few seconds but that was long enough. "She's wonderful! But she isn't like the girl I described to you God." He replied "Trust me."
Well she was 98 lbs soaking wet (that's an old saying in the south). How should I say this, she was challenged in the boobage department. The blond hair dye covered up her red hair but non of this made any difference, I was in love. Again.

Yada yada yada. I have to stay on subject, Marriage. But one last thing is important. I had lived with people before with disastrous results and I remembered the message of those legalistic preachers "If you live together before you are married, you are guarantied to get a divorce! Thus sayeth the Lord!" So I determined not to make the same mistake again. I'm leaving out a lot! I have to go fast so this doesn't become a novelette.

(This is where I add important information I forgot, Mary is four months older than me, and her IQ is five points higher.)

Mary's father died. He got up one morning and got in his car to go to work and never put the car in gear. Did I forget to say Mary was living with her Mom and Dad? Well she was. Mary's mom was grief stricken. The family had insurance so there was at least that stability. But after a while Mary's mom was more than she could take and one night I opened the door of my apartment. There she was, "If you love me you will let me in." Well I loved her so, you know. This started the three years we lived together before we got married.

This is the end of installment one. Next chapter soon.
01-01-2014, 11:02 AM #2
White Ribbon call me
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Nice read. I kept expecting a joke. Mary had a virginal pregnancy? chuckle.gif
01-01-2014, 12:15 PM #3
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What's marrage? coffeetime.gif

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01-01-2014, 01:00 PM #4
Octo Mother Superior
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Oh yes the redhead. cheers.gif

JR and I lived together for 2 months before we got married. chuckle.gif
01-01-2014, 02:31 PM #5
White Ribbon call me
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(01-01-2014, 01:00 PM)Octo Wrote:  Oh yes the redhead. cheers.gif

JR and I lived together for 2 months before we got married. chuckle.gif

you will most likely burn in hell. God warned you.. You were just too sinful to listen..
01-01-2014, 02:45 PM #6
Octo Mother Superior
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I would have met him at the airport in my wedding dress (as if I own one lol) and taken him straight to the magistrate for the ceremony. Unfortunately it took some bureaucracy to get all the papers to do so, including going to the US embassy down in Helsinki. bored.gif

Heathens don't go to hell though coffeetime.gif
01-01-2014, 06:39 PM #7
Wayne5 Member
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Yada yada yada. There really is a lot left out. We decided to get married. We saved our money and prepaid the flowers, the cake, the dress, everything ourselves. My parents came to be in the ceremony. Oh did I say we were in Nashville Tenn.? My parents drove in from Texas. They stayed on our bedroom and we slept on a rollaway bed in the living room. We had the perfect wedding. We drove off with people throughing rice, drove around the block and came back to clean the church ourselves. We were exhausted. For three years we had been meticulously careful about birth control. There was only ONE night that Mary could have become pregnant, our wedding night.

If this sounds like it was added later, well it was. I left out an important part.
Mary had a baby. Christopher. It was a normal birth and the normal things happened. She started breast feeding. And they grew and they grew and well Dolly Patron would have been proud. They never went away. God said "I told you to trust me."

Adding a child to the mix really rocked my world. My parents, God rest their souls, were not equipped to deal with children. To give you some idea. When I was 6 we lived in the country. One day my mother got me up early and handed me a sack lunch and pointed toward the mail box, about a quarter mile away. "Go stand on the other side of the road and when the school bus comes along, get on it." And so I did. Luckily my bus was the first to come along, there were others. I got to school on the first day. Found my class, and did ok till the end of school. My mother had forgotten to tell me to get back on the bus and come home. My friend, Rusty, had the same problem. The principal walked out the school building and locked the door and there we were. After a short conversation, he laughed and put us in his car a drove us home. He met us coming off the bus the next day and introduced us to a boy, "This is Danny. You meet him here after school and he will take care of you." Danny was an eagle scout. Those were good old days. I was determined to do better as a parent. But back to the subject, Marriage.

I was in the Music Business. Oh did I forget to tell you that in the three years I went from being a waiter to being a remote recording engineer in the Music Business? Boy time flies! It was my dream job. New York to L.A. Carnegie Hall with Lou Rowels, new years night with Jethro Tull in New Orleans, The Rolling Stones, I forget most of it. But a baby changed the whole thing. I was afraid. Afraid that the business I loved would grind us up like it had so many others I saw. I determined in my heart to sacrifice the thing I loved for the people I loved. The computer industry had just started and my home town, DFW, was a center for its development. Mary had the baby, I gave my notice, and off we went to start a new life in Texas.

Yada yada yada. Soooo much left out. But Marriage, that's the subject. We settled, I got a job in a small computer company and I though things were going ok. I had thought that God wanted me to join the church I grew up in because I hated Baptist and I thought He wanted me to learn to love them. I never learned to love them but I learned to like some of them. One Sunday the preacher decided to remarry everyone. We all stood up, and he gave us the vows. It was part of some sermon he preached. There was only ONE night that Mary could have gotten pregnant again. You guessed it. I told her "I am never going to marry you again!"


This is the end of installment two. Next chapter soon, again.

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01-01-2014, 06:46 PM #8
j browsing Member
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big l and I had three dates got married..by a black Baptist preacher in front of a sequestered jury..been married 20 yrs chuckle.gif that is life with the big labowski ..and no neither one of us was on trial

"when life gives you lemons..throw them at someone"...Grumpy Cat good.png
01-01-2014, 06:51 PM #9
Wayne5 Member
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That's cool jb. It points out what I have known for a long time. There is no formula, no right way, no rules. Do what works and you did the right thing.

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01-01-2014, 06:56 PM #10
j browsing Member
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cheers.gif

"when life gives you lemons..throw them at someone"...Grumpy Cat good.png
01-01-2014, 07:01 PM #11
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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Great story Wayne. hug.gif reading.gif
01-01-2014, 07:04 PM #12
j browsing Member
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good morning Shadow hug.gif

"when life gives you lemons..throw them at someone"...Grumpy Cat good.png
01-01-2014, 07:06 PM #13
Wayne5 Member
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Good morning Shadow. (there's an echo in the forum?)

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01-01-2014, 07:15 PM #14
Shadow Mrs. Buckwheat
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hug.gif Hi JB Wayne hug.gif there's an echo in my head too chuckle.gif
01-01-2014, 07:18 PM #15
j browsing Member
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chuckle.gif I was a real party pooper last night I was in bed by 10 big went to bed at 8 chuckle.gif

"when life gives you lemons..throw them at someone"...Grumpy Cat good.png



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