Published on December 9, 2014
happened, he told her he would find her son and everything would be okay. She fell in love with the comfort he gave her. “Are you ready?” shouted Elizabeth. “Almost, have to get some stuff” yelled Steven. Elizabeth put in her earrings and waited. Steven came down all dressed in his nice clothes. He had a black bag in his arms. It was big. It look almost like a body bad. Elizabeth asked why he had the bag. He quickly threw it in the basement and scowled at her. “You were supposed to be waiting on the porch!” he said loud, and nervously. “I’m sorry, I didn’t know you would be so upset.” cried Elizabeth. His eyes softened. “Don’t mind it, lets just go” he said kindly. The moment that his eyes softened, Elizabeth’s heart melted and she didn’t question the bag even once. They were on there way to the anchorage bar and grill. It was the night before their wedding. They pulled in. Steven hopped out of the car and got the door for Elizabeth, and took her hand. “Dinner was great” said Elizabeth, sweetly. Joseph agreed.