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RE: RE: holiday decorating


Sounds like your Mom is a very special person!

Donna


> My mom always said she went to see the people, not the house. Felt
they
> should return the favor. The only time I saw her grossed out by poor
> housekeeping, it was when someone offered her coffee in a dirty cup.
She
> accepted but later told me she figured it was safer than water in that
> situation, the coffee was at least boiling when poured. You can't
imagine
> what the rest of the house was like. I was just a little kid, but I
didn't
> want to sit down in there. It was in a pretty place so mom asked if we
> could
> sit outside on some firewood and watch the river. She managed all this
> without sounding condescending or judgemental. She had her faults, but
was
> good with people, kind.
> Judy B

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