Legend Of Sleepy Hollow Alternate Ending

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Gaffney 1Joey GaffneyMiss LoreEnglish 2C6 November 2013I Thought he was Different"Mom, I need boy advice!" Said Katrina's daughter Blanche. She went on to tell her mother that there was two boys that seemed to adore her. One was a big, handsome popular and muscular and the other was a scrawny but sweet guy that tried her hardest to win her heart.Katrina said, "This sounds like a situation I was in. Let me tell you a story about how I ended up with my "husband", Brom. The story goes something like this…""So I was at a party at my fathers house. At this party were two men, one big strong man named Brom Bones. The other was a man named Ichabod Crane. He was a tall scrawny man who was ...view middle of the document...

So, i professed my love from Brom. We stayed together for a little while then I made the worst decision of my life. On May 25th, we got married in a small church. At first I thought it was the best move ever because of how amazing he was on the outside. But I didn't see what was on the inside at that time.So the first few months of our marriage went perfectly. We didn't fight or argue or anything like that. We always agreed on everything and he made me so happy! I loved waking up every morning to see his wonderful face. We eventually decided the time was right for a child so we had you. As soon as we had you Brom started to disappear for days, weeks on end. He never was around anymore and it was worrying me. I had bad thoughts about it but I pushed them out because I thought he was different. I wouldn't let the perfect man of my dreams I thought Brom was leave my head. This is where I made my mistake.Then one day he came home after being gone for a week and I couldn't take it anymore. I asked him where he had been and he straight out told me he was with another women! Like I didn't even matter! I was so shocked that he was so comfortable telling me this that I had to leave and i took you with me. We went far away to a small hotel on the countryside. I had to clear my head and I...


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