Painful Equality - Part 10 “Paul told me not to get you these, but I just had to even if you never wear them,” Kari said as she handed me a box. It was our baby shower, but I still expected most, if not all, of the gifts to be given to Frank. Everyone looked on as I pulled off the ribbon and then the blue and white stripped wrapping paper. I lifted the lid of a box that was about one by two feet to find two tee-shirts folded next to each other that had writing on them. I picked up one and read it out loud.Painful Equality - Part 1022 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters
“I'm not fat, I'm pregnant.” I looked over at Kari.
“That one is for Frank,” she explained. “The other one is yours,” she said with a wide smile still on her face. I handed that one to man sitting next to me and reached for the other tee, half convinced that I already knew what it said.
“I'm not pregnant, I'm fat.” I once again looked in Kari's direction.