When God made Sue he broke the mold. Old
corny saying but in her case it is true. There is no way there can be
Sue is a gem. No man can have her. She is a no man woman. She does what she wants when she wants to. She lives with a man who thinks she is his lady. Everyone tells him she is her lady. She tells him she is his room mate and that is it.
Sue is an alcoholic. She no longer uses crack but every once in a while may share a joint with someone.
She knows everything that goes on in the building and in the streets. If she needs someone to talk to she comes to me. If I need someone to talk to she is at my door. If I want to know about a woman she tells me the whole story.
Sue also likes sex. She comes to me when she want a good booty rub plus. Some times she comes in and we talk and she goes. Some times on her way out she asked, "When can I get a booty rub."
I told her, "When you want to talk we talk and when you want sex, take off you clothes and get on the bed, I will get the hint."
Sue is short and thick. She has beautiful breasts and a booty that won't quit. A couple of years ago she was shot in the back of the head. The bullet came out through here chin. She was not supposed to survive but the only way you can tell is the scar on the chin and her speech is slurred.
She was also in a fire near that time and jumped from the fourth floor. Broke all kinds of bones. She now has a distinctive walk. When it comes to street smarts Sue is the best. She will go anywhere at anytime and not worry about the streets. I don't think anyone is stupid enough to give her a problem.
One of the best things about Sue is that she never asks for money unless it is my change that she uses for bus fare. She sometimes gets my pop bottles. She always wants some of my little cigars.
Sue is honest and she does not hold her tongue. If you want the truth about something ask Sue. If you don't want the truth, don't ask Sue. When someone is out of line Sue sets them straight. When someone is in danger she will warn them.
Sue has come into my life and made it better. She has given me something that few others have given me. She has given me more wisdom and more drive to do what I want to do.
What worries me about Sue is that she still spends time with the addicts. I worry that she will stop saying no when she is around the crack and heroin. But then I realize that I say no to alcohol when I am asked and when I go to a bar. When I get the rehab going Sue will be one of my key people.
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