Weight Gain in Marriage - Situation 2.Includes extreme weight gain.Weight Gain in Marriage - Situation 2.3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Delilah had always been a lively, loving girl, her bright blue eyes and unkempt blonde hair said so. She loved laughing and entertaining those who seemed to be down - it was something she was proud of her.
Her husband, Alex, was the same. They had both met at a festival, the two of them had been cheering their favourite band on when first making contact. Alex had accidently punched Delilah, his brown eyes darkening apologetically as he turned to look at her. He had went to apologise only to see she had laughed, her shoulders shaking. Alex had laughed too, apologising with a shaken voice.
From then on they had been close friends, their relationship progressing all too quickly, but they weren't the ones to complain. They loved living with each other, laughter sounding all too often in their home. They both socialised too, they had always been popular due to their perky personalities.
But one day Delilah's mood had darkened as she lowered her mobile
Twilight, Weight Gain. Chapter 1.I am trying to follow the story line of the movie as best as I can - things that aren't in the book or movie shall be added.Twilight, Weight Gain. Chapter 1.3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Don't like weight gain? Don't read. Simple;3 ENJOY!
Isabella Swan was a slim girl, her brown hair curling past her shoulders, her chocolate brown eyes contrasting with her pale skin. Though she had lived in Arizona for all her life, she never seemed to tan, making her an outcast. Her mother had been dating Phil, a baseball player, for a while now and had decided to travel, because of this Bella wished to stay with her father. He lived in a small town called Forks, the rain poured a majority of the time, the sun a rare occasion for the residents who resided in this town.
Sat in her father's cop car, she stared out onto the street, remembering quite a few places, even if it had been years. They talked, but rarely, for it was obvious they weren't social people. Her father was a thin man, his hair just as dark as her's, and his skin almost as