It is next to impossible to avoid the reminder that your husband had an affair with another woman (Janice Andrews) and left you, your children, your finances and your life in one big mess!
My daughter and I were at a dance competition yesterday. One of the competitors performed a Lyrical Jazz routine to Kelly Clarkson’s emotional song, ‘Piece by Piece’. The words are a reminder that my child has a dad who left. Kelly Clarkson said, in one interview that I read by Alyse Whitney, that she was thinking after having her daughter, “How could anyone walk away from that?” I wonder that myself a lot. We had a great life; a great family together.
My daughter and I also just went to see the movie “The Greatest Showman”. There is a scene where P.T. Barnum leaves his wife and 2 daughters behind to travel with a female singer. His daughters run behind his carriage after him and he doesn’t turn around. His place is empty at the table and he is absent from the theatre where his daughter fulfills her dream of ballet dancing. He leaves his wife to do everything including raising his girls. My daughter and I talked about the scene after and she said she did think of the parallel to our situation. She ended up seeing the movie twice. Happy endings are hopeful and she said she had to hold her hands together to keep from clapping.
Today, while watching ‘The View’ as they talked about women who throw themselves on married men, I received information about Janice Andrew’s Twitter Account. I don’t have a Twitter account but every now then someone feels the need to share the irony of something that Janice retweets about love or being kind in this world or some other airy, fairy idealization about how life should be lived with no concept of her creating a life with actions that are the complete opposite to her dreamlike façade.
My contact started out by saying it is no surprise she likes porn (the quote was from a site called Poems Porn). It was a retweet (the other woman apparently has no original tweets) of a quote from JS Park:
“Real love doesn’t meet you at your best. It meets you in your mess.”
Then the contact tried to dissect this: “Does she think she has real love with your ex or did she think it was real while she was screwing a man who went back and screwed his wife after? Does she think Dave is capable of real love towards her or anyone for that matter? Does she think his love to you and your kids wasn’t real? Does she think cheating and going after a married man or him going after her when she is married is real love? Did she have a fake love relationship with her spouse? Does she realize she isn’t her best by behaving this way or is she acknowledging he certainly isn’t at his best? Is she directing this quote to Dave telling him he isn’t at his best and he is the mess or is she sharing this quote to Dave to try to convince him that he really loves her because she isn’t at her best as she is just a mess. Maybe she just wants him to believe she can be better as she isn’t at he best yet or she wants to believe that he will be better.”
My response. “Who cares what she thinks. It seems to be an acknowledgement though that it is not an ideal relationship because at least one of them isn’t at their best and there is mess but she wants to bundle it under the guise of “real love” to make it all seem okay.”
The fact is, they both created a mess that I am still cleaning up and my kids are trying to step over or around! If they want to label it “real love” that is their deception. What they did and continue to do is not love. Whatever they have together; it isn’t real. It isn’t love.
If you have a Twitter Account and would like to follow the loving and inspirational thoughts of Janice Andrews she can be reached at Agnus@smeepsmeep. Smeep was the name, by the way, my ex had her listed as in his phone. My contact asked about that contact name. My contact suggested it stands for “Sucking married erections (while) enjoying porn.” Agnus apparently is the name of her doll that she pictures on her account. I think she is confusing the spelling with Agnes and Anus. My contact suggested that the “creepy” doll says it all.
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I think that you are hilarious! LOL! And I also believe that your ex, along with my ex, that they truly believe that they are completely and utterly in love with the women (if you can call them that) that they left us for. My ex-sis-in-law told me that she was talking with my ex’s fiance, and she was gushing over how great he is, how great life is, and how perfect this is and how he would NEVER do this and how she would NEVER do that…and I just smiled and laughed. Let these people enjoy this version of reality because eventually, it is going to come crumbling down.
I agree completely. I am 100% confident my ex does not love Janice Andrews. I believe he has created a better life for her but that it is a façade and “better” is very subjective. We’ll see how she feels down the line. She might just wish she stayed with her husband. They may “never” do certain things, this or that, but my guess is there are a zillion other things they are doing now or will do in the future that will suddenly be so annoying it will be an excuse they use to flee the relationship right into someone else’s bed. These 2 people are who they are and will create whatever they need to create in their minds to make everything seem like fate, or true love, or soul mates or at least justifiable.