Once upon a time I was married to a man from who I never received: a compliment, a flower, a card, or a gift. Then, after almost 20 years, one day, he went away. Later, I married a thoughtful and caring person who made me feel kind of special; he bought me some pretty things, one of which was a diamond necklace. Although I didn't go many places to wear such pretty things, I still knew my necklace was there and made me feel that I finally had some" WORTH". Together, we adopted a wonderful dog and took care of him during his final days, when he became old and he passed away. Knowing the importance of cleanliness, the carpets would now need to be cleaned, and so I called a company I had used before, but in a different location. This time, I felt a stinging realization that I was given no choice as to who came into my home that day and closed themself in my bedroom; I didn't even know his name. I'd made sure to put my things out of sight, as I knew a carpet cleaner would not need to clean inside my drawers. Then one day it was too late, when I noticed my beautiful necklace missing... The end.