09-02-2011, 09:56 AM
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: The South! "Kiss my grits, y'all!"
| | Re: 2 years ago today...
Originally Posted by Almostrecovered
The affair and D-day
That morning before she went to bed she called and told me that it was fun and that everyone had a good time. During the next 2 weeks, I heard hardly any mention of Mr. Cigar guy and felt relieved and started to get comfortable that my jealousy was for naught and patted myself on the back for doing the right thing by allowing myself to trust her in that situation.
I believe it was a Wednesday when I was at work one afternoon and our son's teachers knew to call me instead of my wife for any issues since she slept during the day. The teacher called and was asking me what dates were best for my son's next IEP meeting (he has ADD). I told her that I thought my wife emailed her (as she told me she did) and I would check with her and get back to her the next morning. I went into my wife's email to see if the date was discussed in any emails with the teacher. I saw nothing in the inbox so I looked at the outbox. That's when I saw a few emails from my wife to Mr Cigar Guy.
My wife isn't the most tech savvy person in the world and it was obvious that she didn't realize that she needed to delete outbox emails if she wanted to hide something from me. (she clearly deleted inbox emails that corresponded) These emails had clearly shown that he was coming over to my house 2-3 times a week the past 2 weeks. While nothing overtly sexual was being said, there was certainly a flirty playfulness to them as they called their meetings "appointments".
At this point I could feel my face flush with blood, my heart started pounding so much you could see my shirt pulsate, my mind raced the same way as it does when I get manic and all I wanted to do was to react. I lost control of all logic and all I wanted to was get home.
I printed out the emails, and then ran out the door, shouting to my brother as I left "I have a personal emergency, I can't tell you why but I have to get home!!" I rushed home in a tizzy, the drive usually takes 25 minutes but it only took 17 minutes and I'm shocked to this day I didn't get pulled over for doing 70 in a 35mph zone.
My god, this is a nail biter. I'm on the edge of my seat!!