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OK, had dinner with Kristy tonight.Spend about two hours talking. She, splitting with her husband, talked about her feelings and her fears. It was a good, heart to heart conversation.At the end of the evening, we embraced each other for what seemed like forever.I never got any "vibes" that she thought of me other than a friend.Thanks to everyone for your feedback. It helped me go into tonight with a clearer mind.We're friends, nothing else. Exactly the way I want it.Thanks everyone.Scott.
OK, guess I'm still not "all here".<<Isnt your wife's brother's sister also your wife's sister?>> Kristy is married to my wife's brother.<<You said "she, your wife and Kristy", is there a 3rd woman here too?>>She (Kristy), my wife, and me. Guess I should only post when I'm drunk. I might make more sense :-)Thanks for all the input. It is very helpful.
My sister-in-law (wife's brother's sister) recently decided to break up with her husband. They have a three year old child, and have been married about five years.They moved into town from out of state about a year ago. The five of us (my wife and I, and her brother/wife/child) have had fun socializing over the past year.My wife told me that Kristy confided to her that Greg "did something she cannot forgive him for". She's moving out to an apartment this weekend. I sent Kristy a text message a couple of weeks ago telling her how sorry I was, and that I was there (emotionally) for her. She, my wife, and Kristy had lunch last week (first time since the break up).Kristy has always given hugs - quick, cursory. When she met us for lunch, however, I'd never received a hug from her like that. Nothing overtly sexual. Just very firm, and she held onto me for a long time. Literally wouldn't let me let go.She sat across from me, and kept making eye contact. Again, noting overtly sexual. Conversation between the three of us was casual.When it was time to say good bye, she again gave me a long, firm hug.She's texted me a couple of times since then - just to say "hi". I asked my wife if she'd heard from her, and she said "no".This week my wife is out of town on business. I texted Kristy this evening, asking if she wanted to do breakfast Sunday. She said no, she's moving, but maybe we could get together sometime after work this week. I texted back sounds great. She texted back "Thanks, Honey - Miss You".She's never called me honey.So...... does Kristy have a motive here, or is she just emotionally in turmoil, and is looking for a friend? I'm a little concerned about meeting this week.Thanks for any input.Scott
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