“I love your earrings!” a friend said, pointing to my silver horseshoe studs.
“Thanks. My Boyfriend, Sidney, bought them for me,” I said.
Her eyes widened and she glanced away.
The husband knows about Sidney. He doesn’t care. He encourages me to have buddies.
“Just don’t cheat on me,” he jokes.
No worries there. Our love is completely platonic.
My boyfriend, Sidney, is an excellent listener. He loves to cuddle and kiss. Yesterday we enjoyed a one-year anniversary of the day we met. He bought me a gift.
Three bathing sponges. One for each of my horses.
I love Sidney. He and I are on the same wavelength.
Today I talked to him about Melody’s issues. He understood completely and didn’t judge my decisions. He’s cool like that.
He just nods his head and lets me talk.
When it’s time to let him go, I smack his tushie and tell him to go have fun with his friends. He needs male bonding time, too.
I love my husband–and I also love my “boyfriend.”