She was a single mother of 4. Girl#1 and Boy#1 were good, healthy kids. Girl#2 was not healthy. Boy#2 was not good.
He wasn’t bad either. But he had the bad habit of always getting in trouble.
At 17 he was dating a crazy girl. She was trouble! Of the bad kind. They had a love and hate relationship, with episodes of fighting then making up.
One night, after making up, a fight starts. She sends him away throwing her shoes on him.
9 months later, baby was born. But with a restriction order between them, grandma never got to play with grandson…
This post was written in response to Friday Fictioneers, with photo prompt by C. E. Ayr, and contains exactly 100 words.
It’s based on a true story.
To see other stories inspired by the same prompt, click the blue frog below.
Welcome to Friday Fictioneers.
There seems to be one in every family, doesn’t there?
Even the relationship gets to be of a restricted type.
That probably happens a lot. I can see how it can be based on a real story. It’s tragic, especially for the grandmother and the child. Well done, Etol. — Suzanne
So sad. Though the story is straight from the world of today. Well done!