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Significant Other Update

January 26th, 2019 at 08:55 am

As you all know the significant other is still here. I can’t believe it and I want to fall out of my chair but he’s provided all his bill money in advance. Twice (January and February).

I don’t know if me asking him to leave did it but I’m just shocked. Really shocked.

I pay my bills as soon as I get them, first week of the previous month, so by time he gives me his portion, week before due date, everything is already paid. I’m okay with this so long as I get the money before the actual due date.

He’s a super nice guy, just terrible with money, well his momma. I’m still going to monitor this. Not going to get too excited because things can easily go left. His mother can always not pay him, that she is known for doing. But it looks like he’s finally taking over the business. Either way as I shared with him, “he was suppose to be gone in December, you weaseled your way to stay, I’m not doing this crap in 2019, first missed or late payment you have to go the same day, I’m not doing this. My dad did not gift me a house in his death to lose it behind some guy.” He knows I worship the ground my dad walked on, and I’d do nothing to disappoint him.

So with the extra cash $500+ I’m adding it to the credit card 💳. This should knock my balance down to a little less than $5000. If I can meet my same goal next month, I’ll be down to $4k, yay.

5 Responses to “Significant Other Update”

  1. DW Says:

    I’m glad month two is working out and the fact that he appears to be handling things with momma. BUT, I would hold off thinking he’s reformed until he has gone at least a year doing the right thing. He still has a grand baby on the way and he could fall off the wagon trying to impress his daughter. You’re right about your dad, I don’t know of any parent that would be proud that their daughter is taking care of a MAN. As for being a really nice guy, niceness doesn’t pay the bills. Don’t let your guard down and stand firm.

  2. Amber Says:

    I totally agree DW. Funny, I told him being nice don’t pay bills

  3. DW Says:

    It’s sounds like you have a handle of things. Just stay firm, YOUR financial stability and independence is the priority.

  4. livingalmostlarge Says:

    Are you planning on kicking him out still?

  5. rob62521 Says:

    Like DW said, I wouldn't believe he's reformed until a year goes by and he continues. I'm wondering if he's just trying to get on your good side.

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