On October 03rd, in the year 1903, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Exeter were blessed with a baby boy, which they named after Mr. Lawrence Exeter. Lawrence Exeter Jr. They had spoiled him rotten, they bought him expensive toys and bikes, that would have costed a fortune in modern times. They bought him an amazing car, that their son had broken countless times, and they paid for the repair, every single time. He was then educated in a private military academy.
Lawrence Sr. realized his chance and decided to take it. Daisy had never paid much mind to the love notes and fancy gifts he often sent her, and whenever he tried to express his affection she shied away, stating that she respected herself and Mrs. Exeter too much to become a mistress. However, when Lawrence offered her a whopping $25,000 to pay for her college education (that’s about $300,000 in today’s money), she couldn’t refuse such an opportunity. So the young Daisy Windsor allowed Lawrence Exeter to whisk her away to France and spoil her with romantic boat rides, walks in the park, and pricey flower bouquets, in exchange for a college education upon their return a month later.
However, Daisy’s trip to France did not go quite how she had planned. She sensed something was changing when Lawrence kept taking her to look at expensive European furniture, and buying her anything she glanced at. Then, two weeks into their stay, Lawrence purchased an expensive engagement ring completely with a huge, glittering diamond and proposed to her, promising to divorce his wife once she returned from her world tour. After a moment of shock and bewilderment, Daisy accepted, They honeymooned in Hawaii. From there they sent a postcard to Lawrence Jr. announcing their marriage. Lawrence Sr., fearing his son would be in disapproval of the marriage, also sent along his checkbook, along with a note explaining that the &200,000 could be spent however he wished.
Lawrence Jr. was not pleased. His own father, betraying his mother for some woman that does not even have a college education. As spoiled as he was, he still loved his parents. He stepped out of his house, and started his car (which was repaired three weeks ago). In the sorrow of the moment, Lawrence Jr. drove carelessly throughout the city. Letting his car get scratched, it would just get repaired again. He continued aimlessly, staring at mothers and fathers rolling strollers with new born children. Some even had two.