I have recently come back from a lovely 3 week holiday, by myself as I have no one to travel with. My dear friend - who still works - stayed in my flat (for free) with my permission as she is having some issues with one of her flatmates. (Another depressing reality - a 56 year old woman with a good job having to share a house because of high rents.) Anyway, everything was fine until she told me that she felt like a drink one evening and noticed that I had a bottle of sherry which she finished, and then replaced. The problem - I bought that bottle in the States whilst visiting my children and was holding onto it for sentimental reasons. The replacement was for the alcohol, but not the brand/sentiment. I was quite upset but kept it to myself. The more I thought about it the more upset I got, but finally just shared it with another friend, and said to keep it confidential. I realised that letting my friend know how upset I was, would only cause her to be very upset, and nothing would be gained. Do you all think this is the best recourse?
Is there still a Conservative Party?
Good Morning Sunday 4th June 2023