so i have this friend and i've known her for some time but not for like years or anything like that. anyway, she suddenly needed someplace to live because the renters where asking her to leave so i said she could stay with us for 19 days till her boyfriend gets out of jail and finds a place to stay. They had it planned out that she move back in with her old renters if she were to say she was sorry to them. it didnt work out. So she asked to stay another week because her boyfriend would talk to a guy that owns a farm and they'd move there. that didnt work out.
So now she's trying to find an apt to live in and thinks all the processing will get her to move in this weekend. According to my inlaws who love to kick up drama, said she was talking dirty about me but when i heard the accusations, it was all the stuff that she told me already so it was basically facts that they turned into a drama fest. anyway...
My husband told her she needs to be out this saturday while giving her an earful of her apparent dirty talk. I now warned her she can not talk to the inlaws because they love to twist things up. So today i get up and see on facebook "it sucks to know who your real friends are" and she texted me this morning "sorry it had to be this way"
so here i am ignoring it all. i thought we talked this over and we were "cool". i'm thinking she's shoving guilt in my face so i can say sorry and let her stay even longer....thoughts?
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