Let me clarify

iVillage Member
Registered: 11-09-2005
Let me clarify
Fri, 11-18-2005 - 10:47pm

I'm just going to start from scratch. Deep breath. First of all I've learned an important lesson. Don't get on a message board when you are utterly exhausted and feeling tension with hubby. Okay, I would NEVER, EVER cheat. I don't think running off to someone else's bed solves anything. Both of my parents had numerous affairs that I kind of knew of as a child. I am not tempted to cheat. And have never come close to cheating. When I said awkward situations I meant with feelings. The flirting I am talking about is not overtly sexual and I don't say anything I would not say with DH there beside me. I got married to stay married and think divorce is an absolute last option. I do however like the attention I get from other men. Note I said MEN. For the past couple of years our relationship has been very good, but we now have a quieter life and I would like to address the lack of intimacy. I hope that calms down the people whose feathers I ruffled. I appologize for any upset feelings.

Next. Heather. It suits you:) Congrats on your anniversary! You put a lot into planning your evening. It inspires me. No need to be jelous! I still adore you.

Joel, how do you know I haven't? Tee Hee. Baby #2 huh? I found it so much easier the second time around. We already knew what to expect. Good for you guys for even being able to sneak in a quickie.

I have been awake for 40 1/2 hours now. Kids and hubby are tucked into thier warm beds.
We got our first snow fall of the winter here today. The kids had snowpants on for the walk to school. It probally sounds horrible to you people in warm places but there is something about it I love. Fireplaces, hot chocolate, walks in the snow at night. DH warming up my cold bum.
We haven't had a chance to talk yet, we both work all weekend. It will give me a chance to think it out and avoid a fight. I'm thinking of just asking for one thing he wants me to do or change and I'll tell him the same. Baby steps. Hugs, Tanya.