Okay so just interested in different perspectives from people. I have a couch and loveseat that is pratically brand new and when we were living in South Carolina at the time if you read my journal you will see the whole story but basically the nasty girl slept on my couch and menustrated all over it too! (YUCK) Although I checked the couch from head to toe and it doesn't "appear" that she got her nasty menustrating blood on it. However, the color is chocolate. I told my hubby that when we move into our new house we just bought they were not coming with us. He said well what are we supposed to sit on? I said I'll sell them and take that money to put towards a new set. His mistake - his money - he should have to pay for it in my opinion! He didn't seem to have that big of a problem with it, but I didn't want them in my new house (our new beginning) as a constant daily reminder. I sat on them and fell asleep on them several nights BEFORE I knew what had happened but now that I know I just don't want it there. Just interested if I am making a big deal out of something so small but I just feel in order to move on I need this one small thing to happen. I really don't want those couches one step into my new house...they are tainted by a nasty whore! I know I shouldn't feel or say that because I am christian but...I have forgiven but I don't need a constant daily reminder. THis is MY Life that satan tried to destroy and I'm putting my guard on this time around and if it makes me feel better to get rid of it then so be it!!!! I just got funny looks from my hubby like I was crazy or something. I'm not crazy am I?
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