I was talking to my husband about the articles on my blog and threw in a statement that he probably hadn’t read my articles. To my surprise, he said that he just visited my blog yesterday. I was astonished by his comment. Why was I astonished? Maybe we have given each other too much private space. Not that we don’t care for each other, but that we believe in trust in our marriage. Anyway, he told me he was intrigued by the question I posted to him the other day about the length of our slope and the constant nagging of wanting to have an ultra compact camera that fitted in my purse, so he decided to check into my site and see what’s cooking there. I was quite surprised that he managed to find my blog in a sea of information. He said he just typed “Elisa English forum” and, voilà, there showed my site.
Wow! Now I have to be extra careful of what I put on my blog concerning him. Not that there is anything I would hide from him but that I probably couldn’t beat him up too much on my blog. By the way, I don’t believe that I have beaten him up at all. Honey, if you are reading, I truly didn’t speak any ill of you. Anyway, my husband is a very reasonable and considerate person. I am not sucking up. Truly, I swear!
By the way, if you are my male friends. Don’t worry about leaving me messages. He is not going to care unless you are romantically thinking about me and saying it out loud. I did tell my husband about my little crush for my attorney friend/coworker, but that is all, just a little crush and nothing more. You are always free to have crush on anyone as long as you don’t cross the line. I never thought of being with another man other than my husband. He is my first love. We dated more than 8 years, with 8½ years of long-distance relationship. Why is it 8 ½? As in the first year of our marriage, we still kept our long-distance relationship. We have been married for almost 11 years and have two beauty children. Can you imagine being together for about 19 years? That is roughly 1/2 of our lives. We act and live like old couples. Adultery is not something that we have time to think of or want to contemplate with. Hopefully, we will never have the time to think of it. There are just too many things occupying our every waking moment. The only time that we are away from each other is the time that we are at work. Wherever we go, you will see our entire family. It is always a family event down to the nitty-gritty thing such as grocery shopping. We also do not have close friends either.
As for my attorney friend, he moved out of Minnesota after his divorce. By the way, I am not the third person and there was not a third person in his marriage either. He is a charming and interesting person with a charisma hard to resist. He talked to me about his ex girlfriend who happened to be a Taiwanese too and he understands how we feel about Taiwan’s sovereignty. He enjoyed talking to me maybe because I am like her ex girlfriend, originally from Taiwan and very vocal about Taiwan's independence. He is pretty active in America politics and we support the same political party. I could not tell where his ancestor was originally from. He struck me as an Italian descendent but I could be wrong. He didn’t talk much about his divorce only that he was suffering from his wife's uncontrollable moods (after her laid-off) which at times endangered their kids. It is always sad to see a marriage ended especially when there are children involved.
If you are looking for any juicy gossip, you are going to be disappointed. We are all too old to play the spying game.