The above is but one of several text messages she’s sent me calling me a “loser.” WHO CARES? Remember that old adage, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never harm me?” Her words (and actions) bounce right off me without effect.
But let’s examine who the REAL loser is here. She is a person who thinks laws don’t apply to her. She’s been caught DWI in at least two states and then caught driving on a revoked license in those states:
She presently can’t drive until she serves 100 hours of community service and pays her $500 court fine. (I wonder how someone who can’t drive gets to her community service assignment, or to work, or anywhere….ah, but I digress.)
Even something as simple as having a pet licensed to walk in the forest preserves has escaped this woman. Lawless…..and clueless!
And talk about a deadbeat! She doesn’t pay her credit card bill, then gets sued by her credit card company for non-payment:
(Guess the “loss” of a good credit score doesn’t make her a “loser.”)
And recently, she bashed in her boyfriend’s flat-screen TV in a domestic dispute over “relationship issues.” The cops arrived to her boyfriend’s call for help, but she ran away:
So I ask you, Who is the REAL loser here? I may have lost a bad romance but I have won my freedom. He is all hers now, and maybe he is the loser … or the winner of a lawless, uneducated imbecile and all her problematic baggage.
(By the way, all police reports and court documents are public information.)
A former mistress (26 years, on-and-off) describes the good, the bad, and the ugly of her long-term affair. Conclusion: Affairs aren't necessarily destructive if kept in the correct perspective. Our experience enhanced BOTH our marriages.
That is, until his marriage ended and we began to love each other. When the affair morphed into a relationship, well, that's when it stopped being fun for me. We have now irrevocably split.
Lately I've been writing about the man who took his place in the "off" years of that 26-year-long affair. He was a dynamic sexual partner but we, too, now have irrevocably split.
These are our stories.