Friday, September 21, 2007

About The Garden of Eden

In general, the Garden of Eden is not a bad place to live. I have a wife and two beautiful children. From the outside everything looks rosy and many people envy what I have. I love my wife and kids but lately something is driving me to want more. That drive has become so great that I have stepped over the line and sampled the forbidden fruit of another man's wife. It was so enjoyable and intoxicating that I have done it many times since, and with different wives. Each one was special in her own way, but like an addict I had to have another, and then another. There are so many women out there that want more than they already have and I feel compelled to find them and supply them with all that they need.
I know that sounds like a blurb for a lame porn site, but that is how my life has been for the last 2 years or so. No one woman has been enough to stop me wandering and I continue to seek out others. I have no idea why I feel like this and I know that ultimately it cannot end well, but still I can't stop. I hope this blog will be therapeutic as I confess my terrible acts.


We're Only Animals said...

Hi Adam,

Thank you for stopping by to look at my blog and cheers for the comments.

Good luck with your blog, please read an old post I wrote on Monogamy and you will see I know where your coming from.

Adam Apple said...

Thanks for your visit. I enjoyed reading your Monogamy post and it provided extra food for thought.

Anonymous said...

Hi Adam,

Just came across you're blog. If you're Adam then I guess I'm Eve. One is never enough, I always seem to need more. I'm crossing my fingers my story ends well but sometimes I wonder how that's possible.

Adam Apple said...

This Adam would definitely like to meet your Eve. I think we have a lot in common.

A. Secret said...

Ohhhh, I know of this addiction. More more more, it's never enough.
Nice to meet you Adam.

Adam Apple said...

The pleasure is all mine. Sounds like you have experienced my addiction first hand. You are right, too much of a good thing is never enough.