The Bombshell News I Dropped On My Sugar Daddy That Almost Ended Our Relationship For Good: Part 2

Kee­gan told me that he had been in a long-term rela­tion­ship for nearly 10 years with another woman who had hurt him very badly. He helped raise her four chil­dren, despite none of them being his. He bent over back­wards for her and her kids, and did every­thing he could to make the rela­tion­ship work for the sake of the kids he’d grown to love. To them, he was their daddy.

For him, hear­ing me tell him how badly I wanted to be his wife and have his kids made him feel both ner­vous and excited at the same time. He didn’t react the way I thought he would, because he didn’t know how to react.

He was wait­ing for the right woman to marry; his ex wasn’t the right one. He was wait­ing for the right woman to have his own chil­dren with, and she wasn’t the right woman for that either. Kee­gan wasn’t sure if I was the right one either, just because he was wor­ried that I may change my mind later, since I was so young. We talked for hours before he kissed me gen­tly and left for work.

I wasn’t quite sure where we had left things, as there was still so much left unre­solved that we still needed to hash out. But I also had my final exams and a final project to turn in, as grad­u­a­tion was com­ing up. It was actu­ally a day or so before Keegan’s birth­day. After my mini-getaway with my friend Kate, I had a lot of catch­ing up to do for school. I ham­mered out all of my course­work, while still think­ing about Kee­gan and his past.

This got me think­ing about his present life, and whether or not he was still see­ing that other woman that he was dat­ing before we broke up. We had never spo­ken about exclu­siv­ity, but how do I bring that up after he just told me he’s ter­ri­fied? Plus, we didn’t really decide whether or not we were get­ting back together.

So, I did what I thought was right at the time. I invited him to my grad­u­a­tion cer­e­mony, along with my fam­ily. He hadn’t met them yet, but he had an idea of who was who. I told my mom we had made up, but we weren’t offi­cially back together yet. I was kind of hop­ing she would be able to throw me an assist and talk to Kee­gan, explain to him that I’m not the naïve young woman his friends and fam­ily seem to think I am just because of my age. I am a woman, who knows very well what she wants, and I’ve set out to get it one way or another—he just so hap­pened to be the “it” that I was after.