My husband just told me that his old college girlfriend called him (she got his number from my mother in law...!!!) Said she would like to get together w/ her boyfriend, her, my husband and me and have lunch or dinner. What is the purpose? She has never been married but has had a series of relationships. (she is 50)She was "wondering about" him and wanted to know how he was. He has a fantastic job and is in good shape for a guy his age, not to mention good looking. (I know this because she called last year and basically was quite forthcoming w/ such info). There was never anything ever said again after hers/mine phone call. He subsequently never spoke to her (from what I know). So when he tells me that she phoned him (his cell phone), I was a little surprised. After all, we have little kids and I let on that things were great w/ us really. I wasn't "threatened" by her or anything. Now he tells me he would like to get together. I did't let on I didn't like the idea but my heart sunk. After he went to bed, I went to his cell phone and believe it or not, she left a message, he saved it and it was very "familiar" as if they had been talking for a long time and she was off doing something fun that he might like to do, too. I didn't need to hear anything more. So here I am...like I said before, an otherwise confident, competant, loving person and he does this. What do you think? Oh, when I confronted him "Lucy, you have some 'splaining to do!" it was like Deer in the headlights. (he accuses me of a wild imagination...can you believe this?)
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