She gets along well with my husband

In Communication, Griot, Networking on June 21, 2013 at 5:02 pm
Me, him and her?

Me, him and her?

So what would you do if you and your man were on the rocks and your girlfriend started casing him for the buried treasure she’s never had? That’s an obvious scenario, but what about your girlfriend catching feelings for your man when you two are no where near “the rocks”, but in fact you’re happy, all is well and he’s recently proposed marriage?

Melissa had eyes for Jon while he and Kayla were dating. Eyes that Jon encouraged.

Over the years they fostered a hands off, unspoken and internal love affair until one fateful day that lead to this:

the letter My name is Melissa and I am a mother to two wonderful children and wife to an amazing man named Jonathan. Our lives together over the past 3 years have been everything I’ve ever dreamed of, however, it hasn’t always been bliss and unfortunately the path to our love caused a lot of people pain. See when I first met Jon he was in another relationship, with my best friend.

Kayla and I met in high school and were thick as thieves from the start. We always stuck to the “girl code” with the number one rule being “Thou shalt not covet thy BFF’s man,” that is until Jon came along. When Kayla first brought him around 10 years ago I was genuinely happy for them. Kayla’s previous relationship was a train wreck that broke her spirit, but when Jon came along, he brought her happy glow back and that was good enough for me. The first sign that there might be a connection between Jon and I was when I started dating a new guy a little over a year into their relationship. We all went on a double date where he proceeded to grill the guy I was with in a way that left both Kayla and I puzzled. Jon acted more like a jealous ex than a friend looking out, but he brushed it off as him just having a bad sense about the guy. I knew better.

After that incident everything seemed normal. We got along well, had a ton in common, but our relationship stayed strictly platonic. When Jon decided he wanted to settle down and marry Kayla, he asked me to help him pick out the ring and that was my first sense that my feelings towards him were more than just friendly. It hurt, literally, to stand there and pick out my best friend’s engagement ring and I think Jon noticed my pain because he asked me what I thought about him proposing and if I knew of any reason why he shouldn’t go through with it. We stood there in the jewelry store staring into each other’s eyes, I wanted to tell him my feelings and, according to Jon, he was waiting to hear that I cared for him. The world stopped, love filled the room and then almost as quickly as it came, it left because we knew our feelings could go no further. The proposal was romantic and the wedding that followed a year later was something out of a fairytale, but through it all, Jon and I shared silent glances that let us both know we were in an impossible situation…

Finish this at EBONY

I don’t know about Kayla, but I’d have been hotter than fish grease
that my guy would go for my girl, after faux-relationship-building, with me.

I understand mistakes happen, but Mel’s a trifling friend
You don’t end up in a relationship – that your BF began.

Jon’s not getting off the hook easy either, they are both trifling bound.
Mel & Jon should remember what goes around comes around.

Jon, if you have a best friend, that you think may stand for life,
be careful bringing him around your “eye gazing” wife.

If she’ll betray her ace-boon-girl to get with you,
She’s likely opt for riding the next horse that rolls through.

Not just any horse, but the one that may catch her eye and tug at her heart.
I’m only predicating the future, based on the facts of your romance start.

Sure there are kids between you two – a valid and fruitful connect
but karma is real, and she will definitely be coming back.

My Moma always says, “if you can take him – he can be taken.”
Karma rests in your hands; what type of future are you makin’?

Kayla has gone on with her life and threw those two to the curve.
I’m Qui
Saying “Don’t do anything to anyone else,that you don’t want to later deserve.”

Karma is real.
I ain’t making it up.

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