Thank you for the replies and your perspectives.
To clarify: This is my home. Everything is in my name and I own the furniture, kitchen equipment, well.... everything in the unit. Lodger pays to use her room and en-suite bathroom but shares the kitchen and living area with me and my son. She owns nothing that we share. According to local law, I can make the rules for the house and a lodger virtually has little rights. Lodgers can be asked to move out without notice, not that I would do that). So as Nyachan said, it is a business relationship
, friendly but nonetheless a business relationship
. The pill issue had been handled tactfully (thanks e-hell
) when I discovered that they were all gone!
So, 'my' blanket: It is folded and left over the arm on the sofa. When I saw my lodger using it I was perturbed as she had it tucked around her feet and way up around her face. I don't know why I feel like this, but it is like she is being too personal with it .... sorry, can't explain my rationale any better.
Now, after reading the replies so far, am I acting in a PA way by moving the blanket and only bringing it to the living room while I'm wanting to watch TV, so she doesn't have access to it. Part of me says it's OK not to share BUT another part is saying don't be petty
Any further advice guys?