Tonight I had to put my foot down. I have an aquaintance that is being evicted from her roommates house tomorrow. Reason being is that she *may* have stolen some prescription pain medication. This isn't just a one time accusation either, pretty much every mutual friend we have knows that she is a Vicodin junkie and not to trust her because she will steal. I've even recieved a phone call from her dad bitching me out because she's stolen pills from him and he was looking for her. Well, back to this eviction. She, for whatever reason believes that I am her best friend because I've listened to her talk about her relationship issues or whatnot but that's not even the case. She's too far gone for me to have around like a best friend would be and maintain my own sanity. Well, Saturday night she talked to my husband about her problems and how she had nowhere to go and she asked if she could stay with us. He said that he would have to discuss it with me, so what does she do? She corners me and asks. Let me say that I am the type of person that will split her last dollar with someone if they needed it, I've been taken advantage of because of this so I tend to not show so much concern for my fellow man anymore (sad isn't it?). I told her that I don't feel comfortable having another woman (or man for that matter) living in my home, so no. Not because of my husband, but because this is my territory. I feel that everyday would end up being a pissing contest and quite honestly I have enough on my plate to deal with. Besides, I don't trust her.... but how do you tell someone that you don't trust her? Fast forward to this evening... I laid down to take a nap and get rid of a hellacious migraine and when I woke up she was sitting in my family room and appeared to not be going anywhere anytime soon (she had an overnight bag). I lost it. I got my husband to come into our bedroom where we fought. I believed I had made it clear that she, under no circumstances could stay here. Not even for one night. He came back with "well, she's going to end up sleeping in her car if she has nowhere to stay, and you're just being selfish". I'm sorry, but that didn't really phase me at all. I told him that I refuse to be uncomfortable in my home. She makes me uncomfortable. Not to mention the fact that I do have prescriptions in my home that I don't want to have to hide and pray she doesn't find. Well, I told him I was leaving. I grabbed my car keys and left for a couple of hours. I just returned and she's gone and he told me that he asked her to leave because it just wouldn't work out with her being here. I feel so bad that I'm actually angry at myself, I do feel selfish and I just don't care. That's what makes me so angry.