Friday, April 15, 2011


I have complained here before about this but I must yet again.  What was she thinking?  Ok, let's face it.  The divorce rate is outrageous in this country..and yes, I am one of the statistics.  And so is my significant other.  My complaint lies with his ex.  SHE is the one that cheated, three times...until he finally realized it was over.  He gave her the benefit of the doubt many times..and yet, she is being such a pain in the ass about everything.  The kids, money..what she wants, and what she thinks she deserves.  What she deserves is a swift kick in the ass!  How is it that such an ungrateful woman, that CHEATED THREE TIMES seems to think he owes her?!  Can people really be that stupid?  Does she realize that all the bad things she says about the kids Dad will come back to haunt her later in life?  That one day, the kids will know that Dad did right by them and she was wrong?! 
Complaining doesn't seem like enough.  She should learn her lesson the hard way.  And I truly believe that what comes around, goes around.  I look forward to the day when she gets hers.  Sorry, but I do.  Maybe then she will realize what she did was wrong and feel a wee itsy bit of remorse.
Nah, probably not. 


Anonymous said...

It sounds like she is of the "Me Genetation". Everything revolves around her, and she can do no wrong. Let's just hope she doesn't teach her children to behave in this fashion.

Waiting for that kick in the ass will require you to be patient. If you never see it happen, know that you and your other are the better people and everyone who matters will know it.

Rachael said...

Remember the saying - Revenge is a dish best served cold. When your anger has long since cooled and you have moved on with your happy life, she will still be miserable and unhappy and not know why. Stay strong, sister!

Anonymous said...

buy yah! she thinks she can do no wrong and everything is about her...and sadly, she has the kids more so they are unfortunatley learning her very nasty habits. the time we have with them.. we try to encourage self control, manners, respect, accountability... but then it goes in the crapper with her. patience is not something I am not great with but I keep telling myself we are doing what is right. and that one day, the kids will see that, too. thanks so much for putting it in black and white. :)