Confession time?  

rm_txrose4uNTX 59F
5791 posts
9/7/2006 10:51 pm

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9/11/2006 3:24 pm

Confession time?

What is it about drawing two people so very apart from one another together by the internet that makes two people feel so very close to one another?

One of my friends that I knew briefly as a childhood friend has become my regular email pail throughout the last ten-ish years, or so.

Tonight, he IMs me --

C: Rough time as of late......have not wanted to talk...
T: Why? What's going on???
C: Real complex.....almost to embarrassed to say.....
T: Come on... you know me...
T: what's going on???
C: I would break my fingers trying to type it out....
T: what's the matter???
C: I would have to tell you over the phone and I don't believe my cell phone has much of a charge left....let alone the time....
T: tell me a little about it...
C: why don't you call me?
T: okay... but you don't have much charged up on your phone???? wouldn't that be the same as if you call me???
C: that is true.....
T: either way... .
C: ......let me plug this thing in for a little while...
T: k
T: in the meantime, tell me a little about it..
C: give me about ten minutes and call me...OK?
T: k...
T: will do
C: 10-4


Waited for a little more than 10 minutes to ensure that his phone had a chance to be charged up and called him up. Come to find out, the thing that he was soooo embarrassed to talk to me about was this gal that lived down the street from him came over to his house, last November, and told him that her computer went down while she was talking to him and she wanted to find out what she wanted. Trouble was, he wasn't IMg her at all; just a rouse for her to start talking to him.

Then a few weeks later, she came over with her face badly beaten and told him that her husband had beaten her up. He was, admittingly, a sucker for it and ended up allowing him to go from feeling sympathy for her to feeling her in his bedroom. Time went on during the past few months and she kept coming around.

Eventually, he found out that she was also doing his best friend at the other end of the street that they lived upon. She realized that he was catching on and she programmed her "special number" into the phone and then later claimed that he was harrassing her.

He said that he couldn't take the lies any more and went to confess to the husband. Truth be known is that the woman is mental and had abandoned them and their son and was facing a divorce.

The woman no longer comes to his home, excepting one night stood outside wanting him to talk to her. He says that she is craaazyy.....

Now, the home she was living in (with her husband and child) has been abandoned by her and she has taken up with his best friend and moved in with him.

He is just thankful that he saw through this "cute thing's" lies and he is hopefully rid of that woman for-ever. He asked me, if I were mad at him, and I told him no, which I really wasn't because we aren't a committed couple, just friends for a very long time. I did tell him though that would explain of his prior comments to me about me being so logical, "so unlike the women of this community".

He says he feels better telling me all about it because he has been quiet about this wild woman and the whole sense of drama that exploded from it.

OKAY.....

if anyone else has a confession to tell, now is the time to step up to the confessional to do tell. What is your confession????

Just curious....


TxRose



rm_txrose4uNTX 59F
3289 posts
9/11/2006 3:24 pm

    Quoting 1eroticjoe:
    Ok, I do have some confessions:

    I lost my underwear.
    I constantly have erotic thoughts and fantasies.
    I have recurring dreams of flying... Naked.
Oh,
, was that YOUR underwear I saw on top of the flagpole near Blogland's Courhouse in the park on the Square????



TxRose


1eroticjoe 57M
3777 posts
9/10/2006 5:55 am

Ok, I do have some confessions:

I lost my underwear.
I constantly have erotic thoughts and fantasies.
I have recurring dreams of flying... Naked.


IviesBidesJuste 56M
3658 posts
9/9/2006 2:42 pm

    Quoting rm_txrose4uNTX:
    Wow! Life sure deals us with very complex situations, doesn't it? I am sure you love her very much, but only seeing her 3 months out of a year has to be hard on you. I know that she tells you that she isn't sleeping with him; yet you have to put a lot of trust in the relationship in that she truly isn't although I am sure from time to time it has got to make you wonder.

    I am not so sure that I could walk in your shoes, if the situations were reversed. While I have trusted my husbands emensly, even while just dating them, I don't know that I could handle the level of trust needed if they were living with someone else that they had once been intimate with. I certainly admire those who can.

    TxRose
It has required an exceptional amount of patience. Thankfully, I have lots of it.


rm_txrose4uNTX 59F
3289 posts
9/8/2006 7:07 pm

    Quoting TzarsAmuseChant:
    I'm the reason Waldo is hiding, and I know exactly where Carmen Sandiego is...
LOL...

Oh, do tell!

TxRose


TzarsAmuseChant 42M
2854 posts
9/8/2006 5:01 pm

I'm the reason Waldo is hiding, and I know exactly where Carmen Sandiego is...


rm_txrose4uNTX 59F
3289 posts
9/8/2006 2:41 pm

    Quoting IviesBidesJuste:
    I've had similiar situations before. But thankfully backed out gracefully before getting too deep or caught up in it.

    I've had one particular situation, but for the most part, it's worked out ok.

    I've had a lover overseas for about seven years now, and when we met, she was going thru an abusive marriage. I've been able to help her in many ways with issues she has had, but she has never abandoned her daughters or home because of it. Instead she has just become a stronger person and has learned to deal with issues and stand up to any verbal or physical abuse. Needless to say, there is no more abuse because she has learned not to be weak.

    She really has nothing to do with her husband except for matters concerning her daughters, but being an expate, she has to live in the same house while she is in that country, but refuses to sleep in the same room with him. Or, she will travel a lot, or stay at one of the two houses she owns in her home country. About twice a year, she'll even fly over here and stay with me for up to 3 months at a time. But she really has no ambitions on wanting to stay here in the U.S. because she has too many things going and is already financially set.

    We have become great friends and talk often. But we've talked about where this is going, and we both agree that we like it just the way it is and not try and push for anything more serious such as being married or having a serious relationship.
Wow! Life sure deals us with very complex situations, doesn't it? I am sure you love her very much, but only seeing her 3 months out of a year has to be hard on you. I know that she tells you that she isn't sleeping with him; yet you have to put a lot of trust in the relationship in that she truly isn't although I am sure from time to time it has got to make you wonder.

I am not so sure that I could walk in your shoes, if the situations were reversed. While I have trusted my husbands emensly, even while just dating them, I don't know that I could handle the level of trust needed if they were living with someone else that they had once been intimate with. I certainly admire those who can.

TxRose


IviesBidesJuste 56M
3658 posts
9/8/2006 1:49 pm

I've had similiar situations before. But thankfully backed out gracefully before getting too deep or caught up in it.

I've had one particular situation, but for the most part, it's worked out ok.

I've had a lover overseas for about seven years now, and when we met, she was going thru an abusive marriage. I've been able to help her in many ways with issues she has had, but she has never abandoned her daughters or home because of it. Instead she has just become a stronger person and has learned to deal with issues and stand up to any verbal or physical abuse. Needless to say, there is no more abuse because she has learned not to be weak.

She really has nothing to do with her husband except for matters concerning her daughters, but being an expate, she has to live in the same house while she is in that country, but refuses to sleep in the same room with him. Or, she will travel a lot, or stay at one of the two houses she owns in her home country. About twice a year, she'll even fly over here and stay with me for up to 3 months at a time. But she really has no ambitions on wanting to stay here in the U.S. because she has too many things going and is already financially set.

We have become great friends and talk often. But we've talked about where this is going, and we both agree that we like it just the way it is and not try and push for anything more serious such as being married or having a serious relationship.


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