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Cause guess whose back in town!!!!

And the fool is going through another divorce. I asked him when he got married and it was last year. He owns a home in Trenton.

He gave me the addy but I completely ignored it.

I also told him exactly how he had made me feel. Then I gushed about DH and how happy I am to have him.

So, Dita. Wander over to Monroe. I know a cop whose ass needs a kickin!


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Feb. 3rd, 2004 06:56 am (UTC)
What does he look like again?

Did he call or come over?
What exactly did you say?

Feb. 3rd, 2004 07:22 am (UTC)
Re: What does he look like again?
5'9" extremely short haircut(cause military); Monroe navy blue uniform; thin build (but muscular); dark complexion; light brown eyes (the color of coffee with creamer in it).

He just showed up. Said he was over here to see his parents and they weren't home so he popped over to see me.

I told him that he hurt me. I told him how I felt about him not calling me. I told him that he made me feel like I was perhaps not good enough. I told him that wounded me. I further told him that I knew I would not wait for him.

Then I started gushing on Stan. About how well he treats me and how much we have in common, etc. Kinda rubbing it in.

He complained about his wife and the divorce and I looked at him and said "The best thing you will ever find in your life is sitting right next to you and you F'd that up you dolt." Then I hit him upside the head.

I told him I would always care for him and be there for him (because its true).

But it felt good telling him exactly how I felt about everything. Basically I unloaded on him.

As he was getting ready to leave he put in a dip. Sigh. It came very strongly to me that he and I have pretty much nothing in common.

I'm so happy to have Stan!!!! I dearly love my husband.
Feb. 3rd, 2004 08:12 am (UTC)
I have said it
before and will say it again

"HOW can you trust and have a solid relationship with a guy who doesn't even know his own birthdate?!?!?"

Just what the hell was he thinking? That you would just be waiting for him? Without a phone call, a letter, or a flippingflying email? Was he somehow under the impression that the universe revolved around him?

The more I *think* about, the more I am beginning to understand this. C will always need to have some sort of low level drama simmering.

"Why would you say, Dita?"

With a low level of drama, he can swoop in and solve the problem - then his self esteem will be evelated. Do you think it's a coincidence that he does what he does? Heck No. It feeds him, he needs it like a krispykrack addict. It's completely toxic, but he does want to get out of it or change the way he does things.
Feb. 3rd, 2004 08:14 am (UTC)
Re: I have said it
I totally agree and pointed that out to him - about the need to be in self-destructive relationships. He just shrugged his shoulders. Idiot.

Ah well, I'm here for him IF he needs me but being a macho macho man, that is highly unlikely that he would ever take me up on that.
Feb. 3rd, 2004 10:46 am (UTC)
Re: I have said it
He would rather shrug his shoulders and not answer the questions.
Because then he would HAVE to come up with answers other than I dont know, it sounded good at the time, I never thought.


It's not the bad decisions that could make you crazy, it's the lack of thinking.

Feb. 3rd, 2004 10:53 am (UTC)
Re: I have said it
He is very into the avoidance of facing the issues. Cause if he avoids them, they do not exist, right?

I don't think so.
Feb. 3rd, 2004 11:46 am (UTC)
avoiding problems . . .sounds like someone else you know.

I am sure he has gotten better about that.
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