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.

6 comments:

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.

Ally 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...

Ally-
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.
XX

Adam Apple said...

a.secret-
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.