He Cheats On His Wife, Then Posts It On Facebook. I Was Stunned Reading It
FaithTap Staff 12/8/2015
You meet someone special, you begin casually dating, and over time you fall head-over-heels in love with one another. You trust this person with your heart, your soul, and your life. Right?
Meet Jason Hewlett. Jason is a successful comedian/entertainer/speaker, a father to his four beautiful children, and a husband to an insanely gorgeous woman. He seems to have it all. But often those who do, tend to see the grass on the other side of the fence as being just a BIT greener.
Always on stage
Jason is funny, he runs his own business in which he is known as "Jason Hewlett The Entertainer." He decribes himself as a "dweeby guy" and he has a reputation for being anything BUT serious.
Stand by your man
Tami, Jason's wife, has been an incredibly loyal, supportive wife as he pursues his dream. So when funny man Jason wrote an unexpectedly "serious" post on Facebook stating, "I think I sort of cheated on my wife today," he left many in utter shock. Especially Tami.
Jason's wandering eye...
On December 1st at 11:44pm Jason posted the following on Facebook:
"Kind of embarrassed to admit this, but I think I sort of cheated on my wife today. To explain what I mean, I was at Target getting a few manly things, you know - eyebrow tweezers, toenail clippers, beard trimmers, mustache molding waxes, some beef jerky, sardines, trail mix, a loofah - and as I went to pay I saw this woman in line that knocked me out. I thought, "Wow, some lucky guy is with her", and in a split second I realized it was my wife... I was taken aback by how amazingly beautiful she is once again. I believe I see it often, but today, not knowing she was at the store, I saw her with new eyes and just couldn't believe I get to be her fella."
An Amazing Impromptu Love Letter
Jason's complete Facebook post, can be viewed below:
Jason's heartwarming post has been "liked" on Facebook over 125,000 times and has been "shared" over 80,000 times. His message is real and it is something we can all relate to and appreciate. Jason touched the hearts of thousands when he shared this personal story, but most importantly, the heart of his wife Tami.
The "not so greener" grass
We all take things in life for granted. It's human nature to get "comfortable" and have our everyday lives become "routine." But before we start admiring the lawn in our neighbor's backyard, perhaps we should take a second look at the grass behind our very own home, and realize that things most often aren't any "greener" over that fence. Share this story, and let your loved ones know JUST how much you love and appreciate them!