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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. It's another warm, late summer day with nothing to do and all day to do it. The brilliant sun twinkles as the brightest gem in the vibrant blue crown that is the vast sky.
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Suddenly, a hand-made sign taped to a telephone pole catches your eye. It invites you to follow the crudely-drawn arrows and quest for unimaginable values. What awaits you there? P It's another warm, late summer day with nothing to do and all day to do it. Remember to ask Old Joe if you need help finding something. Whatever you discover, prepare for your life to be altered forever. I decided I just couldn't handle staying at Mom's house and have to deal with Ann and Terril, the lodgers, and Laura now has her Mother-in-Law and a caregiver living with them , taking up the two spare bedrooms, so I'm at a hotel.
I don't mind at all, and actually am appreciating the aloneness right now. Her daughter, my niece Heather, is meeting us there. My condolences to you and your family. My deepest condolences, Karen.
Garage Sale #11 - Septuagenarian Love Story
Good luck getting everything taken care of. Gentle hug to my pal. Hi Karen, we are both so sorry that you lost your mum and though you didn't manage to get there in time I believe she knew you were on your way my dear. There is no good time to lose someone but at this time of year it does seem to be a little worse. We will be thinking of you and your family at this time my dear and send love and hugs.
Karen, you are in our thoughts and prayers.
It was good that you were able to have that conversation by telephone and I am sure that as a family the arrangements and the house et al will get done without too much stress and strain. Hugs aplenty from here, dear lady. Karen, I am so sorry, my friend. Like everybody else here, I'll have you and your sister and the rest of your family on my mind and in my heart - in my prayers too. Find comfort in each other.
Much love. So sorry to hear that you lost your mom, Karen. My condolences. I think it is precious that you had the good conversation together. We can never know for sure when we will lose someone.
Gentle hugs. My heartfelt condolences. Hugs and strength as you get through this week and beyond. Dear Karen, I'm so sorry for your loss. You and yours are in my thoughts and prayers. Sending lots of positive energies. Love and hugs xx. The plane landed last night about 5 p. Insult to injury - when my sister and I went to view Mom's body, they had already cremated her. So I didn't get to say good bye even after her death. My sister cried hysterically, but I'm not much of a crier.
I've spoken with a manager or the crematorium once, a highly unsatisfactory call, and now my sister is having a lawyer friend craft a Demand Letter for full refund of the cremation expenses. It's not that we want the money per se, it's that we want them to feel their mistake in the only way they apparently understand.
We also have a good lawsuit according to the lawyer friend, but we'll see about that. I've spoken with a manager once, and he apologized but took no personal blame. He sounded scared. And then didn't do what he said he'd do. He said he'd call on Monday and hasn't called me since. We're distraught AND furious. And we can't find Mom's will, but we have hired her lawyer to settle her estate.
We've looked absolutely everywhere we can think of. But no will. We think the lawyer might have the original - he's semi-retired and has things stored several places.
Once he finds their files, we'll hope it's there. If he doesn't have it, I do have the original of a codicil to her will and an official bound copy of her will. Maybe that will work. And if not, he'll guide us through what to do. I love my parents deeply and realize that they were terrible at managing their money, bless their hearts. I'm going to be busy for several more months with financial things, then, of course, there will be taxes.
Fortunately I found her accountant's name amongst her tax filings. And so on and so on.
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While in California I found it difficult to do much reading. I did read an unsatisfactory Regency romance. It requires some thought but is written for the lay person. Time to get more coffee and unpack Thank all of you again for your sympathy, condolences, energy, prayers, and etc. Every time I logged on and looked, I felt stronger and comforted. Hugs, hugs, a million hugs. That's really awful about the crematorium. No words. Just more hugs. I've been thinking of you a lot. How did they manage to make such an error? And they seem to be dealing with it in the worst possible way by avoiding accountability.
Dear Karen. I'm truly speechless. I echo that guy Oh so sorry about all of the complications. Big hugs. Just so sorry. You shouldn't need a lawyer to have them not charge you for the obvious distress their thoughtlessness occasioned. Being safely back home, I hope you will have a restful weekend, my dear. Thank you all for your kind thoughts and well wishes.
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