Two months ago, I had a wonderful travel experience in Mindanao. It was an adventurous feat for me as a blogger with all the perks and privileges given by the sponsors. I was able to visit my relatives and had time to unwind after years of hard work.
However, I’ve experienced something that allowed me to recall life’s intriguing nature and the drama of being tagged as a “probable other woman” by individuals who failed to play fair. To my other travel bloggers who are aware, and have visited Galas, let me tell you that the place has known me for so long. Indeed, there is “boulevard of broken dreams” where people cast their life’s troubles and happiness. So, this is what happened. Someone told the wife of my former beau about me and my past. Fortunately, someone also told me what transpired after I visited the place (the girl confronted her husband in a negative way). It’s embarrassing that people who don’t know me by heart air unwanted speculations and misplaced judgments.
Since I am a passionate writer and former debater, let me share with you a letter to “that girl” in a petition that she should allow me to travel in style, anywhere I want. For those concerned, give me time to clear my name.
I don’t know your name, honestly. For more than a decade, I’ve been his close friend. But after we’ve parted ways, you can be assured that all our communication channels have been totally severed. The specific events that you have witnessed with last month’s two Sundays, was our first and only meeting after four years. If you can read between the lines, I’m a ruthless writer who knows no limit with my stories, true stories after all. So, I apologize for the blunt remarks.
I have no idea about you since your husband didn’t formally introduced his wife. Of course, he introduced to me his kids one by one. But since you dragged me into a situation with a thought that I’m a nonsense girl, then have a bitter taste of my indifference. I have many close guy friends before I met your husband, specifically John and Arnold. Does it mean that if I visit Iligan’s College of Law I’ll be flirting with Arnold? Would it mean that as a traveler in Palawan, where John is working, I’m going to ruin his wife’s life?
Stop speculating about me and my life. Let me introduce myself before other people will tell you lies about me. I have a simple life with my husband. I’m a kind and adventurous person who believes in justice. My first love is fashion with writing as an avenue to share my interests, then I branched out to studying law. These days, I’m very busy with my existence in the fashion and entertainment world, online and offline. I love to travel and meet other people. My returned-missionary husband trusted me and loved me for who I am. No wonder I can work and roam around even without him in my side. He believes in my craft, talent and abilities. My beauty, conviction and intellect are beyond question because deep in my heart I wouldn’t choose to be your husband’s “other woman” just like what you have probably thought.
Yes. I am your husband’s former lady love. We had dreams that crumbled into pieces because we can’t deny fate’s ability to cast twists and turns in life and share the irony of perfection before us. Now, it’s ironic because I can’t even remember the date and time he became my knight in shining armor. Before, everything in the universe worked hard to keep me out of the picture. Cy, your brother-in-law, even told a common friend that I am one of those girls who sought attention from his younger brother. Some people accuse me of things that only a lady of courage and integrity can go through with poise and composure. But since I’ve done nothing wrong and anything immoral, and that I am not pretentious, no one has the right to dictate me on what to do with my life.
True love is like good karma. Before we both got married, we have chances to talk and communicate. He even asked me personally to spill out my whereabouts and perhaps apologize for the rocky situation. But because I’ve decided to agree with the people who kept us apart, including Aisa, I’ve neglected him. So why would I turn back time only now? That’s completely absurd! For your information, I’ve even stopped looking at him. I even looked away when he stared at me that time. Have you seen it? I know that you have observed my every move in a discreet manner.
We have chosen to embrace the future and remain realistic of what we are today. Past is past. What do you think of my friend, an irresponsible person? So listen to him. He’s telling the truth. Now, let me rest my case.
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