The Argument

He loved children. She was unsure of how she felt about them. It was a topic she loved to avoid and he hated to ignore. They had to come to a middle ground. Having children was a big deal. It wasn’t as if they could ever hit the backspace or do a CTRL+Z on it! She had to be extremely sure. It was time to have the talk. They both at least agreed on that a hundred percent.

“I am not so sure of this. I am not ready,” she said. “But, you like children you said,” he argued. “Well, the grass is always greener on the other side. Listen, it’s a big decision. It’s not that easy. I don’t know if I want to put my body through it.” “Oh come on! I understand it’s not that easy. But I’ll be there by your side. I promise,” he said. “Not now Jacob. Please. I really don’t want to have children right now,” Susan begged. “Okay. Calm down. Can we have them for dinner, at least? Their blood is the sweetest!” She rolled her eyes!.He wouldn’t give up. Vampires were crazy. And she was crazier to marry one.