I need to write this out to make sense of it. - I'm so tired of having to think about shit like this...
Got hubby an iPad for Christmas - the first thing he says is "yay, I can have them put the work email software on there so I don't have to use my phone and can work more from home."
Just two days earlier he was complaining about how his phone gets log jammed with emails and that "the bank is funny" about loading the technology on staff home computers."
so when he gets his iPad I say, "but our laptop and the iPad are both home computers." He had no answer. For some reason he doesn't want the laptop loaded with email software. Why would he lie about this? He knows I have had keylogger on it at times but he also knows I could do anything to his iPad that I want to. He knows next to nothing about technology. If he is embarrassed to bring our laptop in because everyone else has iPads then just say that. Why lie?
This will be brought up in MC on January 2 - if I can wait that long. However, it's this kind of thing that makes trust near impossible. And he doesn't realize this.