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Which is why I like communicating by text with my husband and, separately, with my sister then when either of them insists that they did not say what they said I can prove it.
We recently had my mom’s house cleared out in stages. The fellow who came from a thrift shop asked if the bags on the kitchen floor was stuff being kept or stuff being thrown out. I did not call my sister and ask, I texted – this way when the fellow went through the bags and took what he could use, she could not afterwards say – oh that was stuff I wanted – I had it in writing!
In general when bathrooms around here are being worked on they put the cart across the entrance to block it after making sure everyone is out – whether the person cleaning is male or female.
Last two Sundays when we go to the Walmart just into the next county the cleaning person does not block the doorway and does not check who is in the bathroom – sounds like a “he”, but not sure from appearance if it is a “she”.
I used to be tall. In 5th grade I was the tallest girl in my class. Unfortunately I stopped growing by 6th grade and I am 5’1". My 2 younger sisters are both taller.
Now to give an idea of how the mother eats affecting the children – both the middle sister of the three of us and I are short and fat (although she is enormous and I am down to almost not fat). When mom was pregnant with “baby” sister (7 years younger than middle sister and 12 years younger than me) mom was on Weight Watchers. Baby sister is tall and thin. We figure it was what mom was eating when she carried her. Either that or she takes after my maternal grandfather who was both or my dad who tall,but not thin or fat.
Short means that you learn to hem early or have to pay to have everything shortened.
Some people think that children come from strange things I guess. :-)
My paternal grandparents were short. All three of their sons were over 6 ft tall. I figure it was the love and better/more food that dad & his brothers had then his parents had growing up.
We only have not SEEN him there for weeks. We don’t see every second of his days.
Don’t think the daughter would have misspellings.
Thought of that too!