"Each day, the two sisters managed to find something to argue about. One day, it was men and marriage; the next, it was religion or politics. Regardless of the argument, Millicent always seemed to be the most closed-minded and least likely to concede a point to her sister. For her part, Myrtle was always open to new ideas, was very liberal in her views, and felt that society as a whole had a duty to take care of, not penalize, those who were less fortunate. Overall, the constant bickering made the last three weeks of Millicent’s pregnancy quite miserable."
Michael Paul Hurd
Lineage Independent Publishing