There are some days he take it to his room. Others where he doesn't. Not consistent. Yes, it's shared, but Kenny and I are the only people that read it. Seriously. He's left it on the table, I read it, fold it back up, all done.
I don't plan on touching it again, now that she's said that; I was/am asking if someone/anyone reaches RIGHT PAST ME in my space to grab whatever I'm using...is that rude (yes) what do I do (learning that here). Whether it's the newspaper or the bottle of dishsoap for the kitchen or the wooden spoon that was in the kitchen drawer and I'm now cooking with...what to do when/if that happens.
I really don't plan on talking to her; she comes off as condescending (probably because she was in a rush, I'm not sure). But learning a good phrase to say helps. Because, you never know when someone's going to do that.
Again, she comes here to get his mail and the paper. If he WAS here, he'd do it himself. I've said earlier, his disability is flaring up, he's not here.
@ Toots: Learning to accept this/let go isn't easy. Because I was questioning my own self, not really understanding her and not sure on how to act, those thoughts stay there until really answered or really thought through. Because this isn't something I've had happen before, and I'm really unsure about social skills, I have to ask about this.
And, yes, I've figured out that this isn't a battle do die for. I knew that when I started this thread. What I was asking/have been asking for is What To Do When This Happens Somewhere. I'm not going to war with her about this stuff, never planned on it. But since I'm so socially inept (in person..online I'm ok-ish) I need help in deciphering/break down situations. That helps me for any/next time something like this happens, and I know that I'm ok. (Because I'd probably stand up and say WHAT THE FROOGLES ARE YOU DOING) next time someone grabbed what I was doing, and I'd not learned... I don't know how else to explain how crappy I am with social stuff. Realllly crappy.
She struck me as rude becuase she broke the personal space thing and grabbed from my hands. The next step was foreign to me. And, is/was it rude for me to speak up if/when that happens again (something in future, not the newspaper). That's what I'm shooting for to learn.