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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

A guilty conscience does strange things

One. It's times like these where I look at my husband and wonder what would happen if I just told him the truth, I find it hard to trust him. He could tell me all he wants and I'd still be very insecure. But I hide it well and I know he's telling me the truth....most of the time.

Two. I wish I never met you. You, the co-worker of my husband. I wish we never did those things and I never loved you. I wish you would have just stayed in your dorm and stayed with your girlfriend. You would have loved it too, trust me.

Three. I see myself always in school. Being in the military life makes me think I'll never be able to get out of just doing pre-reqs. I can see it now. My husband comes home from work, I'm in my last semester and he tells me the military is moving us somewhere else. The place we're moving to doesn't accept my credits and I'm back to square one for the 3rd time. Oh well, this is what I signed up for.

Four. I wish I had my own car and a job. I think I'd be so much happier. Being a stay-at-home wife with class only every Monday and wednesday makes my life dull. But when he comes home it makes it all the better.

Five. Honestly, the only part I would want to change about my recent life is never meeting his co-worker. I love my husband so much that if anything ever happened to us, I would kill myself.

Gender: female
Sexual Orientation: straight



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