posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 01:32 AM
In Vino Veritas - In wine there is truth, whatever she said.
Hell's Bells man, go over there! People in her situation (and you also) need all the help and friendship they can get these days. If you've known
her THAT long, it's rude not to stop by, since any other way of contact is not happening. Just go over during the daytime when you know the kids
will be there and if you get a chance to talk, REALLY TALK. Tell her you care for her and her welfare and also the children, and if there's anything
you can do for her, she just has to ask.
And after you've found out if she's dating someone else, reconciling with the husband, or just massively embarassed at what she wrote you while
drunk (she shouldn't be drinking with little kids, btw) tell her you care for her and want more of a relationship than what you've had up to now.
If she's honest with herself she can be honest with you too. Tell her that saying no thanks won't change the friendship one iota; for one thing,
you've already got a history to fall back on.