I began writing this in February of 2013. The main reason for me writing it was that it is another one of the stories I wrote as an atonement for writing “The Textfile.” It is written quite similarly to that story. I then lost my house in April of 2013 and discontinued writing it. I’ve decided to continue editing and writing this as of July 2019, because I feel it conveys a good Christian message. It also points out the fatal corruption that occurs in false religion. This also has similar themes that occur in my infamous “Grocer and Writer” stories. I’ve borrowed some ideas for them from here as you, the reader, will see.
The setting of this story takes place some time between 2006 and 2012 in a small Southern Louisiana town, anywhere between Vinton and Avondale, near the US 90 Corridor.
This story centers around the romance of a young syrup factory laborer who becomes the chief electrician and a grocery store cashier who gets demoted to stock girl, because her corrupt boss doesn’t approve of the relationship.
I know that those read this story when it was available enjoyed it. However, there is a good bit of sin in this story and The Good Lord started to withold blessings from my life for making it public. When I asked Him why my blessings were being witheld, He told me because of the fornication and cohabitation that took place in here and similar stories. In addition, there was plenty of foul language and references to wanton violence. Because such themes do not honor God, I took it down in order to make it right. My walk with God is more important to me than what my readers think of me, believe it or not…Sorry not sorry.