Agnes covered the cost of Clara’s wedding. Clara made a last-minute decision to remove her from the wedding guest list. When it hit Clara, her karma took an unexpected turn.
Agnes was 75 years old when Edward died. After her health deteriorated, she relocated to New York City to live with her son and family. At first, they were very affectionate and caring. Things started to alter after Agnes discovered she had dementia.
Her son Timothy and his wife Linda fought practically every day about whether she should be admitted to a nursing facility or how much care would cost if her health worsened. Agnes persevered despite her discomfort because she adored her niece. Agnes had only one wish in the days following Edward’s departure: she wanted to see her niece get married before God decided to send her to Edward. She never received a penny of the money she had set up for her grandchild throughout the years.
An extremely generous offer
She went to her son and wife a few days later to offer them the money, a total of $ 25,000. She yelled, “$25,000!” That’s a lot of money, Mom! “I’m sorry, but I can’t take that away from you,” Timothy explained. “I know you care about Clara and want to help us, but trust me when I say it isn’t essential.”
This is why Agnes put money aside. She did not need it and had no desire to spend it on anything else. Naturally, Linda agreed that they should accept it if Agnes offered them money for the wedding. Timothy consented when Agnes and Linda pushed him a little more complicated.
An ungrateful bride
Clara stunned everyone a few weeks before the wedding when she said, “Just because she paid doesn’t mean we should invite her.” Do you recall what the doctors said? Clara’s dementia is progressing. I’ll cancel everything if she shows up! “My beautiful day will not be ruined!” Clara said loudly enough for Agnes to hear her.
Agnes’ condition deteriorated much more quickly as a result of her anguish. Doctors warned Timothy that if her condition were not adequately cared for by her family, she would soon decline. Even more enraged, Clara and Linda demanded that Timothy place Agnes in a nursing facility.
On the wedding day, Agnes’ installation in the nursing home was an emotional day. Clara’s wedding day, on the other hand, was even worse.
She decided to attend the wedding and discreetly saw her granddaughter walk down the aisle. Timothy agreed but hoped he could help his mother even more.
When the bride arrived at the ceremony, she heard screaming from the bridal suite. Clara and her fiancé were yelling at each other.
How are you going to call the wedding off? Clara screamed angrily. In disbelief, Ange covered her lips. I’m not going to be with someone who doesn’t value their grandparents. “I’m shocked you didn’t invite your grandmother because you’re ashamed of her disease.” Is that correct? Why not extend an invitation to her? I didn’t want her to be present at my wedding.” “Wow!” says the result. We’ll all get old at some point. Do you want your grandchildren to treat you like this? What about my parents’ situation? My folks are in their sixties already. “Are you going to toss them out as well?” “Josh, don’t alter the subject. “I’m not going to call her!” “At long last, the wedding is over!” Bye!”
Agnes attempted to console her. On the other hand, Clara threw her out of the bridal chamber. Agnes loses herself in a happy mood and pours herself a glass of wine, forgetting about her troubles. “I deserve to have a good-time because I spent so much money on this wedding.” I’d like to realize sooner rather than later that life is too brief to be concerned about anything.” With a sip of wine, the old lady mulls over her thoughts.
Karma is always victorious.
Karma is unavoidable. Clarissa made the mistake of leaving her grandma out of the wedding, but karma came up with her and forced her to learn a lesson the hard way.
Don’t get caught up in making others happy or mending situations. Agnes has always put Clara’s happiness first, while hers has been overlooked. Nothing like this should ever happen.