Interesting Propositions  

SexyRycheBabe 46F
1292 posts
9/12/2006 10:06 am

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9/21/2006 4:47 pm

Interesting Propositions


I actually have had a couple of conversations with Idiot in the last day or so. I found out some interesting information but nothing that I will share here because it will be interesting to no one else but me.

He seemed glad that I wasn't seeing anybody right now. He also seemed like he needed a friend. I know everybody who really knows me just rolled their eyes. I'm not offering my services up for that role, you understand, but I could sense his need for connection.

My friend A says that I have a "soft spot in my heart for him" and that is what allows me to feel badly for him like I do. She, on the other hand, doesn't have one and is much less likely to feel anything, even sorry, for him. Ah, I have such good girl friends. Loyal and warrior-like for me even when I can't be or choose not to be for myself.

So, today, I propositioned him. It's not what you're thinking! No, I didn't offer up mindless sex or undying love... I offered him the opportunity to draw up legal documents that would forever relinquish his parental rights. Harsh? Maybe. I was met with utter silence for a good 30 seconds. After that, he seemed incapable of putting together coherent sentences. He doesn't seem to want to do that. He seems to think that he has all the time in the world to make right what he's done wrong. Plus, I get the feeling that he doesn't think he'll ever have any resistance when it comes to me. He takes for granted my willingness in this situation. Which is nothing new, he's done that with me our entire relationship. He just doesn't realize how much our relationship has changed since Little Man was born. He doesn't understand that my loyalty goes to him first and foremost and I will do whatever necessary to protect him. Even if I have to protect him from his own father.

I don't mean to be melodramatic. I have no intentions of "eliminating" him from the planet. But, he won't have easy "walk-in, walk-out" access either.

I don't know. He didn't say anything much after saying, "No, I don't think I want to do that." But he had to go, because he was working. I won't mention it again but I made the offer and we'll see if he takes me up on it or not.

attentive2u58 59M
251 posts
9/12/2006 1:11 pm

You seemed pretty dang warrior like with that proposition. Good Luck. Raise him well.


docdirk 49M

9/12/2006 5:20 pm

Are you sure it wouldn't just be easier to have him whacked???

Ah, Its you again, Your Angel Feathers and your Blood Stains...


SexyRycheBabe 46F
820 posts
9/12/2006 5:40 pm

attentive: Thank you for saying that and, yes, I intend to raise him very well! I've done a damn fine job these last 4 years so I feel like I'm off to a good start.

doc: As funny as YOUR proposition sounds, I would feel bad about it afterward. He's in a place so low (and bad) right now that I couldn't do much to make it worse. And you know what? He's done it all himself!


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