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Subject: What to do??? Date: 7/12/2005 4:54 PM
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Hi all,
I have a sticky situation ahead of me.

DF used a 0% interest check to pay for my engagement setting. Now that we are both doing the snowball together (because most of the debt, except the above, is ours) I'm not sure whether or not I should continue to contribute to the snowball when we're close to paying that particular card down. It was a MBNA 0% interest check. The MBNA card is the first in the snowball. When it gets down to x amount of dollars (cost of the setting) do I just bite my tongue and continue to contribute? Or should I say something? I have no problem saying something to him, but I'm not sure how he'll take it. I know I've bought misc. stuff on that card, and we decided not to split hairs and figure out who owed what. Last night, I realized that I would be paying for my own setting.
We have decided since we are living together and getting married what is mine is his and vice versa. So, my question is this.

Do I tell him I shouldn't be paying for my own ring? Or do I shut my fat mouth, be grateful I have one in the first place and help him pay for it since what is mine is his and vice versa?

Thanks in advance.

~kelly
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