I was probably a little girl when I first heard the saying that truth is stranger than fiction. Over the years- I’ve found that to sometimes be the case.
Case and point:
Several nights ago I received an email- It was from this person who signed the email ” J ” (I’ve since found out her name, and I won’t share that tidbit- but I digress). At first- I thought it was yet another SPAM email that didn’t get caught in the filter, but when I started reading- I realized that this ” J ” thought she was really writing someone named Kevin. (Obviously my name is nothing remotely similar to Kevin, nor am I of the male species.)
Long story short- J was telling Kevin that she didn’t want to give up on their relationship and that she really felt something for him and didn’t want him out of her life. The email was much longer than that- but that was the general jest of things- and that she believed that a person could ‘have it all’ if they believed.
I had NO idea who this person was or how she accidentally sent me an email meant for Kevin- so I responded and told her that I thought she’d made a mistake, since I wasn’t Kevin and I wasn’t male.
After that- I became pretty curious as to who this ‘mystery person’ was and if I possibly knew them. I Googled their email address (try it sometime if you’ve never done so) and found that ” J ” is married to ” R ” and they have two children together. (I don’t know them, so that part still remains a mystery.)
I don’t know the story behind all this- other than that she’s married and has two children. I’ve since found her on Facebook and sure enough- she’s listed as being married to ” R “. I am not here to judge Miss J, since I obviously don’t know her situation or what caused her eye to wander but I do hope that she gets things straightened out in her life.
The only thing I can say is- Careful J.
She’s since emailed and apologized for sending me the email- but I guess I may never know how my email address ended up in the TO: line.