Her pain in life made her to go to extremes just to live a pleasant life and hurt her mother as well.
Little did Conrad Sterling, one of the most frustrated married men in the hood know that was his lone chance for more money and a broken home.
She had been her own consultant for quite a long time until when she finally decided to start the legal proceedings for a divorce and realized that she had not yet found out the main reason why she needed to divorce her husband.
No matter how many politicians participated n he legislative election, Chief Dr. Henry kins had more confidence in himself more than any other of his competitors.
His dirty and funny deeds in the city as concerns politics left him with just one treasure, his daughter Gloria Kins.
Life to Dora was all about making money with nothing to do with a man. May be her resolutions about men and marriages were only influenced by the fact that she had never been touched in the right places by a real man, or maybe it was just because she had never really had a chance to be laid by any man.
Everybody hates her, so much such that the girls in the cheerleading team give her a nickname ‘stinky Nancy’.
Nancy on the other hand begins to notice the way the basketball captain, Caldwell Brains looked at her and this begins to have an effect on her to the extent that she starts daydreaming about them being together. She suffers from such illusions until one day when she decides to change her looks just to impress him but then it happens that he is not impressed with the change and it teaches her a vital lesson.
The story is about teaching everyone about lessons of life that one must not change to impress, allow people like you the way you are and nothing more.
I had just lost my job, after working with the company for about three years. It was hard moving on especially at that time since I did not have any other job to hold live on. For about three weeks, I walked around looking or a well-paid job to hold on to but I was disappointed when I realized that I was only liable for menial jobs.
Working hard for my family had no boundaries, explaining why I went to extremes, just to make sure that I wiped poverty out of the face of those who depended on me. No matter how hard I found the journey to wealth, shying away would have made me more of a weakling than a bread winner, explaining why I went to extremes to achieve my greatest goal in life, which was, to make a lot of money.
Little did he know that he was just driving me into better welcoming arms.