So he packed him up, took him to Walmart, and spent $200 on him.
So, here's the thing. In the last 3 mos, DH has gotten a $200 set of doctoring bags (goes on a saddle, carries drugs and syringes for the cattle he works) a $60 pr of spur straps to go on his $275 spurs he ordered, a new $2600 saddle (one he had he traded in for $1300 off) a $650 pr of custom-built boots, and is looking at buying himself a $3500 horse. He already has $1000 worth of boots in the back room we bpught last year that he doesn't wear for one reason or another, and he gets $100 to buy his lunch and chew every pay check.
After mortgage and insurance, utilities and taxes, I have $600 left at the end of the month for groceries and diapers. Any reason then, that he should have gotten anything more than the card the 2ds and I got for him?
His stepdad was upset, he was disappointed, but I didn't get anything from him for my bday, our anniversary, for Xmas, for Valentine's day, and he went to the leather shop on mothers day, 2 hrs away, "for the afternoon" and didn't get home til 945pm.
I ALWAYS get something for Dh, for every marked occasion. He always has a "surprise."
Why, because my Dh spends all of this money on himself, should I feel bad for not BUYING him something?! If I took $200/mo and spent it on myself for lunch and whatever else, he'd have a cow.
He spends more than the $200/mo, as we put our tax return into a CD we have been building for 3years, and borrowed against it so we would have the money to pay the insurance deductible for a breast reduction surgery so I can go back to work, (training horses.) But he's spent nearly all (minus $650 of it I designated for a crib, mattress, and $100 at hobby lobby because he had my bank card) but $635 on himself!!
Want to tell fil to kiss my ass!
Answer by gmasboy at 11:54 AM on May. 17, 2011
Answer by SweetPoison at 12:25 PM on May. 16, 2011
Answer by wildflowers25 at 12:37 PM on May. 16, 2011