Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Off the boil.

How odd this is. James and I seem to have slowed down. We have been seeing each other regularly, but since things with Hubby have been better, and Andrew and I have been having the odd casual shag after work, I have begun to loose interest.

Is this wrong? I'm starting to see that, although James and I get on, it is Hubby who is my true love. Andrew is new, and thus exciting, but things have settled into an strangely stayed routine with James and now I'm realising that this is the beginning of the end. Not that I mind - it was fun while it lasted, and our relationship made me realise a few things. First, that my husband really isn't the boneheaded, lazy oaf that I had begun to think of him as. Secondly, that, however true this may be, the happiness of my marriage is directly related to how much good quality loving I'm getting, and although I love my husband dearly, his efforts are unlikely to ever be enough.

It is probably that I will continue to have these kind of relationship throughout the rest of my marriage. But, soon, I think I will be having "the Talk" with James.

In other news, I think I might be hosting my blog on IE soon. Will keep you posted...


Edith said...

Perhaps you just need "a rest" from James. Absence makes the parts grow fonder?

The world according to Gaz said...

I think your happier disposition is whats making your hubby look at you fonder. Stick to the one you truly love but keep your lovers out of his sight. Your marriage can only improve for it.

Anonymous said...

I am sure that the fact you are having a happy sex life is taking the pressure off your husband and he is responding positively to that. As Gaz says, love your husband and enjoy your lovers.

Blog On The Land said...

Well, you've had your cake and I hope you enjoyed eating it. Good on hubby. Nothing beats a good seeing to!!!

If you drop James, don't let Andrew replace him. Andrew's a boy, and he's only good for a quick shag.

Your relationship with him will go out quicker than a match in open air.