Lunch With Jane & The Girls (G-uno)

Lunch with the girls is always a blast. Over the years we’ve managed to cover every embarrassing  human experience under the sun, so you can imagine the agenda with Jane & Tarzan being caught in the act by Ex-hubby. I have to tell you Jane walked into that restaurant looking amazing. She has changed her hair style, and is looking pretty tan these days. I can not  tell you how happy our little group is to see her so happy again.
Jane is fully aware of what the lunch topic will be, and for the first time in a long time she seemed completely confident about the whole situation. Our “Cookie Jar” friend see’s Jane’s stride as she made her way to the table, and  starts the rest of us off by making a pretty loud “Uuumm umm umm would you look at that walk! Our girl opened that cookie jar, and got her super powers back ten fold.” Jane hung her purse on the back of her chair, looked her straight in the face, and said ” It takes more than cookies to produce this walk, if you want to boost those superpowers you have to indulge in the whole dessert cart!”
The table was roaring with laughter. Another friend asked her to give us a visual on how Ex-hubby looked when he walked into that garage, and saw Jane recharging her superpowers. Jane tried to make the facial expression for the rest of us. I couldn’t help but think there would be no imitation that would do that moment complete justice. Then we asked Jane so exactly what were you two doing in that garage? Jane turned a little red, and said “let’s just say Tarzan was tasting her cookies.”Now the table was rocking!
Unfortunately for outsiders, our good natured joking can hit the crude mark in record timing. I think it comes from a place of deep comfort rather that of vulgarity, but it doesn’t always translate like that to outsiders. So after seeing our waitress’s facial expression we decided to tone it down, and get to the next topic of Ex-hubby ratting on Jane to their children.
This was almost a 3 hour luncheon so I will try to bring you straight to the highlighted topics. Jane was as outraged by his showing up unannounced as we all were. If you recall in a moment of extreme anger Jane had changed the locks on her home (and the guest home where Ex-hubby & his 24 year old girlfriend are staying), but she was court ordered to give him the keys to both houses until the divorce was finalized. She sheepishly told us that part of her was completely happy that he saw that he wasn’t the only one having great sex. Another friend chimed in “Yeah with an age appropriate adult with an ass like a demi-god!” We all laughed some more, but then Jane’s face changed when she began to talk about her kids.
She is furious that Ex-hubby decided it was his place to expose her relationship to the kids before she had a chance to tell them. Even more furious that he told them what he walked in on in a very graphic nature! She spoke with all her children, and asked them to forgive their father for forgetting that you don’t discuss this sort of thing even if your children are adults.(Perhaps he forgot this since he is hanging with 24 year-olds these days. 😉 ) She told them that she planned to include them, but wanted to give her new relationship some time before dragging them into it. She acknowledged their concerns. She firmly reminded them that she did not interfere in their relationships because they were adults, and asked that they respect her as an adult
Her conversation with Ex-hubby was much different. I have to get my backside to work, but I promise to fill you all in as soon as I can. I have a new client I need to tell you about too. 😉

 

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  1. #1 by Rita on March 15, 2016 - 1:50 pm

    Well, dammit I’m hooked now. Hurry back😜

    • #2 by idioglossiablog on March 17, 2016 - 9:06 pm

      Sorry it took so long. I’m a mess over here. G-uno

  2. #3 by Polysyllabic Profundities on March 15, 2016 - 5:19 pm

    I’m feeling very satisfied….for Jane, of course! 😉

  3. #5 by Jay on March 16, 2016 - 2:02 am

    Well I’m glad she’s still feeling in control of things. You can’t control other’s behaviours.

    • #6 by idioglossiablog on March 17, 2016 - 10:23 am

      Thanks Jay we really can’t control others. It’s pretty great to see her coming back to life. 😉 G-uno

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