Absolutely. Hence why I sent the FB message to her not long after I found out the truth myself. I just have no idea if she knows or not and it is a real struggle.
It will be interesting to see if I get a response from her when they return from the vacation they are on.
Or if FB fails....
Drive over to the guy's house the day they get back from vacation. Lure him outside and crack him over the knees with a bat. Proceed to curb stomp his face.
As he's lying lying there in a pool of blood, teeth fragments scattered about, explain to his wife who is now crying hysterically ("what have you done!") that she's nasty, a lousy wife, and a horrible mother.
Then turn you attention to little Johnnie and little Suzie, standing in the doorway, overcome with terror. Crouch down and with a little smile, patiently explain that their daddy is a home wrecker, how he no longer loves mommy or them, and to understand that there's a good chance they're both adopted. Grab little Suzie's juice box, slup it down, toss it aside, and make your way to the car.
A couple donuts on the front lawn, a crushed mailbox and flower bed later, you're work here is now finished. Drive off into the sunset with middle finger firmly extended out the window.
I know, I know, totally inappropriate. But a scorned husband can still dream, right?
Besides, I got anger issues. This is just how my brain works in the heat of the moment.
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So you formally accepted a job that you're then going to quit from if this other one comes through?
Be careful with that, Mr. Man, that burns serious bridges. I just don't want to see you hurt yourself.
I know, but the college job would absolutely be a career. The benefits of being at the college are basically like doubling your yearly pay. I wouldn't quit the other one just on a whim, that's for sure.
Oh, I know. I moved 13 times in 4 years as a kid. It's never easy. But she's grown so much as a person and these friends have been with her for half of her life now.
I know she's a little bit older than mine, but we moved my oldest to a new school in the middle of the year last year. It was a change of schools and not a full city move, but I was surprised at how well it went seeing as she is very shy and pretty clingy.
Thankfully, on her first day we met a girl with the same name as her best friend from the old school. They're now best friends as well. I wish you the best with the change. The young kids are more resilient than we give them credit for.