Too suspicious for my own good?
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|Wed, 10-09-2013 - 2:50pm|
I believe it only to be paranoia, but I'm curious to know everyone else's opinion here.
Yesterday, my fiance stopped by his Aunt's house after work. She's elderly and needed help with something, which is usually yard work of some sort. She almost always pays him for the help, anywhere between $10-$20. He never asks for it but she basically tells him to shut up and take it and he doesn't like to argue. Always, my fiance tells me that his Aunt gave him money, but I didn't hear anything and didn't ask. I just assumed she didn't give him any. Long story short, I had an ER visit yesterday and was short a few dollars for my prescriptions. My fiance gives me $10 to cover and said that his Aunt gave it to him. I told him he didn't have to do that but he did. I thought it was strange that he didn't tell me this time around about the money, but let it go and didn't say anything.
Today, my fiance came home for lunch. Just before he left to go back to work, he said he had to run downstairs and grab something. I didn't think much of it until I saw what he grabbed, which was an old bottle of whiskey. Of course with something like that I'm going to ask why. He said that the subject of alcohol came up at work "with the guys" and one of them mentioned his favorite brand of whiskey, which was what my fiance grabbed. He said since neither of us drank it and it was old and half empty that he decided to let so and so have it. Now this I thought was strange, since he never did anything like this for his co-workers before.
So, is it just me or would you be suspicious as well? Too much to me within a 24 hour period!