Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Not a thing.

I haven't said a thing yet.

One knows that I know. The other has no clue. Things are unbalanced.

It isn't a man that is cheating ... in the situation that I feel closest to.

I have been there. I mean the being cheated on part ... It seems that I should know the right answer - I agree that there are too many diseases out there for a person catch and pass on -- but I am not sure the he in this case will listen -- isn't there a point when a person is ready to hear -- and a time when they aren't.

I doubt that I am the only one who knows .. how can I be? But everyone is acting like everything is ok! I can't do that -- which means that I am skipping things that I would normally take part in.

Huh .. funny huh ... everyone will wonder what my problem is!

Tomorrow I am going on a lovely train ride field trip with SweetiePie and 60 other intermediate students .. should be fun - I am packing my flask Advil ... :O) Wish me luck!


I can forgive, but I cannot forget, is only another way of saying, I will not forgive. Forgiveness ought to be like a cancelled note - torn in two, and burned up, so that it never can be shown against one. - Henry Ward Beecher

Marrying for love may be a bit risky, but it is so honest that God can't help but smile on it. - Josh Billings

On the evening of that first day of the week, when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said, "Peace be with you!" After he said this, he showed them his hands and side. The disciples were overjoyed when they saw the Lord. John 20:19


Swishy said...

So wait ... are they cheating with each other?

Frannie Farmer said...

No. I meant that both of the cheating parties are the women in the relationships .. in one case I am friends w/the woman that is cheating and in the other I am friends with the man that is being cheated on.
It gets complicated .. I got even more complicating news today - I think I will write about it tomorrow.

FireWithin said...

Sounds like a mess... you just have to hope that the women come clean. For your friend who is doing the cheating, encourage her to explore WHY she is cheating - obviously shes in a marriage she should not be in. For the man who's wife is cheating, I suppose you could hint about it, and encourage him to check out her stories.... it is a prickly situation. At best, you want to stay as far out of it as possible! I think the only advice I can give you is to act how you would expect your friends to act if they found out there was cheating in your marriage. Good luck!

T-girl said...

OMG! I am in the same predictament myself right now!!!!! We (being the hubby and I) have decided that he knows, in his heart he HAS TO KNOW AND... it is not our place but we are here for him whenever... and he uses us quite frequently. I also ensure that when he comes to our home he is treated in the manner he SHOULD be treated by by his wife... with respect. His wife is a drunk whore as far as I am concerned BUT... HE is the hubbies co-worker and seriously a very nice man. The thing is no matter what YOU will be in the wrong if you say something, all you can do is treat the cheated on spouse with kindness and be there if they need something (in our case he comes over at night- sadly he avoids "it" I think)... oh and I also believe if you are friends with the cheating spouse then you can say something to that person but telling him about the offense... no, no! I have told before and boy did that create problems. The cheated on was a really close friend and it put a strain on the friendship- it is just hard to explain!

SO... what else is news? How are you and the brood? Busy here, eventually I will blog all about it... eventually! LMAO

Hugs- T

PS... How you liking this weather? Yeah Baby! LOL