My sister in-law and I usually get along pretty well. That is until we had lunch a few months back and she asked to borrow $700. She claimed her job was late with their paychecks and assured me she’d pay me back as soon as she got paid. She also asked me not to tell my husband (her brother.) I’ve seen her at a couple of family gatherings since then and she acted like none of this ever happened. And when I attempted to bring it up she changed the subject. Should I say something to my husband? (We haven’t been getting along well lately and I don’t want to make things worse.) Should I just consider the money gone and MOA? — Savings and Lonely
Dear Savings and Lonely,
If I had money I would order a chicken parmigiana sub. I watched Wendy and the man eat one once and it looked very good. If I had money I would order one for dinner tonight and I would tip the delivery man $30.
I just decided I want to run into the bathroom and sit in the bathtub. However, I suspect Simone is hiding around the corner waiting to ambush me. I will not let that happen again. The bathtub will have to wait. But part of me wants to know if water is dripping from the faucet. I constantly walk on eggshells in my own home.
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