Afterwards, when Solomon was asleep, Sandy cooed over him about how she would love him even if he were poor.
When they came back to town, Sandy’s friends were pretty scandalized at their appearance and took Sandy aside to tell her she looked like hell. But Sandy didn’t care. She was all, this is my man and I love him.
Sandy’s friends were all, We hope our little sisters are as luck as Sandy.
Sand was all, Yes, I am lucky to be one of the king’s women. I wouldn’t give my vineyard to anyone else.
Solomon called out for Sandy and they left together for the happily ever after.
Well that concludes that. Next time we start Isaiah, who was a debby-downer for four kings of Judah.