Re: Mixed signals and false starts
Welp, I finally signed up for my own cell plan today. Did not go smoothly at all.
Since I'm on her plan, I needed her pin to change my line to the new carrier and keep my number. I didn't have it, tried to call her, no answer, sent a text. Sat in Sprint store for 20 minutes and just when I was going to get a new temp number she texted it back to me.
Get all the way through the process and it turns out my phone is locked and only she can authorize an unlock. Call again, no answer. The rep, probably doing something on so kosher, calls AT&T and acts like her to help me out. It works, to a point, but now they have to do an investigation to see if my phone can be unlocked. That won't conclude until at least February 7th and I'm without any phone use in the meantime.
So, I got home and sent her an email telling her what had happened and that she's going to get an email on the 7th form AT&T with info about whether or not my phone is unlocked and to please let me know what they say. I went on to tell her that we should keep both insurances (car and health) as is during the process.
Lastly, I said that texts like "hi", ones asking why I look at her Instagrams and don't respond to texts and calls with no messages have to stop and that she needs to be direct and keep it to talk of divorce or the possibility of reconciliation.
She responded that her cost to keep me on insurance is $200/month and her understanding is that car insurance is $100/month for her and asked if I could transfer her $100/month to make it equal.
It's a reasonable request, but I just hate how she goes from trying to talk about this, backing off on Thursday to the point where she said we could keep things as they are, to today asking for the difference. All while she continues to use her free membership to the yoga company I work for; roughly $120/month that she's saving.
I responded that I would transfer her $100/month in the interim and look for my own insurance in the meantime (it would probably be cheaper for me). But man, I'm an idiot guys, I ended the e-mail with, "I miss you."
I know, I know, I'm so stupid for doing that. I hadn't said that to her in months but I just feel really down today with all these remaining tethers getting severed. I thought I was doing pretty well, but I know now that I have a long way to go.