Larissa experienced a wonderful Cinderella type childhood, for the
most part. There was the well-to-do family of hers, the family
mansion that she named her princess dream house, all the things that a
youthful girl might ever want, and she had. Larissa Grace was not
born in a regular ole hospital or home either, but in a catholic
church at the altar where she was blessed thrice – once by the pastor,
the pastor’s wife, and then the pastor the third round. Larissa was
Larissa met her uncle who had held her in the church house on the
exact same day of her birth. He was bold, considering she was a good
detector of bad character from birth, although there was something
about him that she couldn't detect.
As a young seed Larissa always
wished on the stars in sky to see and meet her uncle Milford one day,
as her mother, Ellen told her many times over that the stars were
lucky and made wishes come true. However, Larissa would have been
rather secure in her lifetime and rather still pure, if that simple
wish hadn’t sprouted to the light. Upon meeting her uncle she held no
recollection of him prior, given that she was too young to remember;
Larissa’s uncle was a wicked man but it never showed, never.
He was an innocently, cold heart that existed on the Earth only to soon
be burned in the pits of hell, so Elle thought of him, after what he
did to her young body. You see Larissa was always trustworthy and
figured in her youth and in the naïve years of her life that if she
could be trusted,
why can’t everyone else? Everyone thought differently
and naiveté for some took a completely different route for others.
In other words, Larissa’s lack of judgment at the
sour age of twelve was a lot dissimilar from several other
twelve year old's, conceivably, at least of course in her
small town in Rhode Island. Larissa trusted her uncle
even when her mother did not and had even told the young
child to keep her distance several times, but as a stubborn
headed female at the time, she wouldn’t dare listen and
got herself into not only trouble but molestation by her uncle.
He would pick her up from school continuously and do God knows
what to the child about all throughout her life, from age twelve to fourteen,
a sour age for her as that was when he tortured her the most. She was no more,
the sweet and kindhearted Elle that she had once always been whose family
owned the most of the shops and business in the small town of Rhode Island,
and no in fact none of that mattered anymore after her Uncle Milford came
into her life. After him, after she lost one thing treasured the most
by some young girls;
her life was practically over, well cooked and crisped over until
there was barely
anymore of her left to see whole and well kept. Elle has never believed after
what happened to her that God really did protect her from birth. How could she
when she received such unacceptable treatment at a very young age, an age
that a child should not even be aware of such things, such ill things at that.
She questioned this God and ultimately, her faith in him.