... okay ladies. I know my posts are not really that interesting, but at least this one has a little drama in it. So some time back I posted about my roller coaster past with a longtime ex-boyfriend. Well, since our final breakup back in August 2008, I believe, we haven't seen each one another or spoke to each other. That's the longest time we haven't communicated since meeting one another back in 2000! In the meantime he's gotten married and is expecting - and I have fallen in love with an amazing man, Tim! So we're both happy - but still, there was never any closure where we both maturely said, "I'm happy for you and good luck with your life.."
So this past Saturday I had to go to a graduation party for a family friend. I figured that the X would be there and was prepared for the occasion, and actually looking forward to going right up to him and congratulating him on the marriage/kid/etc. Well, that didn't happen. I did introduce Tim to his family and he was a great sport. Thank goodness he's so laid back and not at all jealous or insecure. (Major character traits that make me love him oh so much.) Well, I told the X's parent's that I'd love to go up to him and say hello, but didn't want it to be awkward. And in case I am not able to find the right moment to do it, please pass on to him that I wasn't being a bitch and ignoring him. His mom told me she understands and she'll tell him if I'm not able to. She also made a good point and said, "Well has he come up to you to say hello?" And I said no. So I had no reason to think I was being a bitch. But the mom said maybe I had better not say hello because his wife may not like it. GAY. I thought we were all mature. Also, to increase the drama, the X called my sister's bf in the mens' room to tell him how hard it is to be around me and that I should not talk to him because it would upset his wife. Again, GAY.
So in the meantime, I've moved on and am happier and healthier than I've ever been. Actually, Tim and I are in the process of moving out of our individual apartments and moving in to our brand-new pad. I'm so excited!