Chris' Sock Story
Jacqueline talks date night and Chris' very personal coming of age story.
Before I write anything, I want to apologize to Joe Gorga and Teresa for my comment about them that was in bad taste. I'm talking about the comment when I told Chris that I hoped it wasn't Teresa that Joe Gorga lost his virginity to when he was 9 years old. That was my sarcastic sense of humor coming out. It came from me thinking back to the awkward flirty comments Joe and Teresa made to each other last year waiting for their therapy session together. "You smell good." and "Red is a sexy color." It was kind of an inside joke between us all that Teresa and Joe were in love with each other and maybe that is where all the jealousy was coming from. That comment really wasn't meant for public viewing, because it's something my husband and I would joke around about in private. We have even teased Joe Gorga about it before to his face and he laughs with us. Do I REALLY feel they slept together? Of COURSE NOT! Don't be silly. Moving on…
I LOVE date nights with my husband. It's our down time that is just for us to share together! It's when we can unwind and enjoy each other's company without disruptions from kids or household chores. We catch up on things we may have missed about each other’s lives during our hectic week, we plan our future goals, vent to each other, offer each other advice, reminisce, and flirt. Food is something we really enjoy together. I've known my husband since 1996. He was always my best friend and still is. We had one year off from each other while trying to date other people since we were long distance. When Chris came back around and proposed to me, I had no doubts he was the one. We are soul mates. We were engaged for a year and a half before we got married and we are still going strong! It's kind of funny that I never heard that sock story before though. LOL! I'm glad he shared that with everyone. Please note neither one of us were talking about our son. Chris was telling a story from his OWN childhood so "don't get it twisted."
I remember feeling at that time that I hoped their family could all make amends and be happy with each other. I was also looking forward to not hearing about their issues anymore. I just really didn't want them to try to drag me into their love fest by attempting to get me to make up with Teresa too. At the time, I couldn't imagine Teresa being a part of my life again. I couldn't trust her sincerity at all after hearing her say she hated me hours after she hugged me and told me she loved me. I felt like she always said she forgave people, but then she would regurgitate the same story all over again and throw it back into your face while she secretly hated on you. I didn't feel good. I just wasn't trusting Teresa at this time, and I still felt very hurt by her. When you go through a "break up" with a friend or boyfriend, you go through stages of hurt and anger. I was still feeling both, but I was doing my best not to even think about her at all. It was kind of hard when people kept bringing her up. It was making our situation really hard to avoid.Keep watching!
P.S. Caroline gets my deepest respect for keeping her word and driving hours away from her own family to help heal theirs. You can always count on Caroline. When you need her, she's there.