Dear Mr Fantasy

My fantasy about life with High School boyfriend started the day we met. Our relationship was on and off until my late 30’s. He had to marry me, then go back to wife. The last time we talked, he was moving out, filed for divorce, leased an apartment, later started to move in with me. I should include, I bought the ring $12,500, he would repay. HA!

He gave new meaning to word jealous. I went to FL for business, had several presentations to finish. I stayed over a Saturday for the discount. The baby man said “I stayed over Saturday instead of paying more to be with him” I watched the Stars go for second Stanley Cup.

One afternoon his wife wanted to talk. Be gone a hour or two. At 11:00PM, I called asking when coming home? Reply, later! I had to restrain from hurling my favorite pissed off words. He laid key on table, said he was going back to wife. After he left, I bursted in tears and threw his stuff on the porch.

He emailed me the secret years later. His view, if you accuse someone of cheating, you get free pass. He didn’t go back to wife, the free pass got pregnant. She worked for him at Police Department. He would lie before tell the truth. Fantasy over! My choice last words, fuck off.

We fell “love at first sight” in 9th grade, his mask melted many years later.  I’m blessed a detour changed my path.

Xx  M

 

7 thoughts on “Dear Mr Fantasy

    1. Hello my friend
      I lost my previous comment, must have hit a wrong key. You’re much stronger than you give credit for. I remember when you left your husband after years of abuse. Your live was crazy but you didn’t give up. Mental Illness changes our lives, sometimes more difficult others no problem. We learn as we grow. You’ve worked very hard to manage your life. We have rocks thrown at us, we dust off and keep working.
      Take time to pat yourself on the back.
      🙂
      M

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    1. Good morning
      It was drama all the time because of jealously. I’ve had to learn some lessons but I did learn. The post is pointed to a friend. At 40, still has the “Prince” is coming. I’ve told her several ways to get out of fantasy land. Selective listening, I though sharing my story would open her eyes.
      Have a great day.
      🙂
      M

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