Re: Now what? "I love you and I always will..."
Great points, tamara, and I do agree. However, at this point, he's in some weird place. Yes, he's a typical wayward, but I do think he also realizes he's a pile of monkey sh!t. He can't face me. The last conversation (well only one in a month) was ugly, but we are civil for the most part in person. The kids haven't seen anything positive or negative as far as interactions, and my son now understands. I think I'll send the email tonight.
Last night he texted me about the kids after he picked them up and our son told him he was dropping them at the neighbors. So he sent me a text asking if he was dropping them there. I replied that I wasn't sure, I had somewhere to go and might not be back by 7:30. He then was all nice and offered to bathe them and keep them until 8. I said fine, and he replied in a manner to clarify all he would do for them and almost like he was wanting a "thanks". I then texted him to tell him I wouldn't be there by 8, so take them to neighbors. He replies okay, but tells me all he did for them (bathe, milk, snack, etc.). He freaking wanted a thank you! I said, "great". He then asked what time I'd be there because he might go in and say hello to neighbors if that's alright. He's asking permission? WTH?
But here's what's going on now. Tell me what you think of the way he's addressing me.
M:"I'd like to sync my iPod but you took my cord. Can I have it back please?
H: Yes. I forgot that was yours. Would you like me to bring it Tuesday when I get the kids or do you need it sooner?
M: Can you bring it to work tomorrow and I will come get it from you.
H: I will do that. I will be on my bike so text me before you come or when you get there.
M: I will just come in. I need to also talk to you about something.
H: At my work? I am on my own tomorrow so it is going to be difficult to have any kind of conversation and my job is not an appropriate place.
M: Calm down. I just needed to say something.
H: I'm not upset, I'm just saying I don't think my job is an appropriate place. I don't want any type of confrontation at my work.
I'm not responding.
HE'S FREAKING SCARED! PVSSY! He's probably going to sit racking his brain all day and night trying to figure out what I want to say. Haha.
~ You may be deceived if you trust too much, but you will live in torment if you don't trust enough. ~ Or, you could be a big sap and trust your husband, and he could end up being a lying, spineless, cheater.
Last edited by LonelyNLost; 05-06-2011 at 04:57 PM.