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The Strawberry Letter: The Halftime Show Was At My House

Subject: The halftime show was at my house

Dear Steve and Shirley, I’m divorced and dating again. I have a special friend that is in a complicated marriage and I slipped up and had sex with him a few weeks ago. Since then, he has been hooked on me and he slides by my house whenever he can. We have unbelievable chemistry in the bedroom but I still try to keep everything in perspective because he is married and I know his wife. We used to work together in gift wrapping at the mall every holiday season. She complained to me about her marriage back then and admitted to having an affair because her husband was not good in bed. I guess he wasn’t giving her his best, because he is by far, the best lover I have ever had. Sunday, I got up and cooked oxtails and her husband said he’d stop by to have dinner with me during half time. He came over and said he couldn’t stay long, so we ate and started fooling around. A few minutes into it, my doorbell rang. We ignored it because we had more important things going on. Seconds later, I saw a woman’s silhouette in my front window. He peeked out the blinds and said it was his wife. I told him to go out there and get her out of my yard. They started arguing and she pushed him down. They wrestled and rolled all over my front yard while I stood in the front door and watched. I appreciate that her issue was with her husband and not with me. I handed her a hoodie to wear home because her shirt was torn and she didn’t have a bra on. They both apologized for all of the confusion and they left. I’ve never been in this type of situation where the wife isn’t worried about the other woman. Should I try to reach out and apologize so it won’t be awkward in the future?