Making The Move To Move Up The Socioeconomic Ladder

May December wedding turned a lot of heads. Mostly heads frowning and turning back and forth indicating their disagreement. But in my situation, a man with money would solve so many problems. My mentor told me once, 'I've been rich, I've been poor, rich is better'. I'm tired of being poor.

I can do things he wants. Beginning with children. I can run the house. I can walk the walk, talk the talk. I have a degree in Social Sciences from Northwestern, about as useless as nipples on a man. I'm one of those undesirables, a scholarship recipient. Nice, but not in my social circle.

Do an end run, my mentor told me. Marry into money. I used my degree, NW does open doors. I met Mr. Wonderful at a social function, learned his wife died childless, of an early onset of breast cancer. I was 'so sorry', poor man. I never pushed my tits, or pushed my ass, both of which catch the eye. I used my upbringing, focused on him. After a year, I agreed to marry him, which is done. Ahead for me is getting a family started, moving into a new home. No girl wants the kitchen of her predecessor.

I'm not a 'gold digger', I'm leveraging my ass ets, and moving up in the world, knocking on the doors of my college classmates in the same country clubs.



by Anonymous on Nov 20, 2023 at 9:32 AM


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by Anonymous on Nov 20, 2023 at 10:24 AM

If you aren't the definition of what a "Gold Digger" is, then I have no idea what one is.

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by Anonymous on Nov 22, 2023 at 8:40 AM

I wouldn’t call her a gold digger. She’s giving full value in return, ready to start a family.

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