She then let Micah know he could wait until Natalie got back from her trip and get the password from Natalie directly.
Micah then revealed to her that Natalie already declined to let him see what was inside of the safe.
“I shrugged and said that it was not my problem,” she said. “We got into an argument, and I tried calling Natalie, but her phone’s been off for hours. He yelled at me, saying I was disrespecting his own home and rushed out.”
“I’m home alone now and feel completely shaken because of how he yelled at me. I’m an awkward person with little to no confrontational abilities, and now I think I might’ve escalated the situation and made him feel upset and as if I don’t trust his word when he said it’d just be a minute.”
She’s thinking maybe she was wrong for not wanting to share the password to the safe with Micah after all.
“Should I just let him have it if he gets back and asks for it?” she wondered. Do you think she should let Micah have the password to the safe?
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