Your choice here shouldn’t be one based on Wasted Red T Shirt and ironic vengeance. Your choice to let her stay or ask her to find help elsewhere should be based on whether you’re confident that your mother will be a positive influence in your household. If you’re unsure, ask to spend some time with her to ‘get to know her better’, but be aware that she’ll be on her best behaviour. But once you make a decision, it should be final. Don’t let her use guilt or social pressure to sway your opinion. The moment she does this, it’ll be a very clear sign that she’s got no other (more viable) leg to stand on; nothing else to offer that would encourage you to want her to live with you. As other people have made similar comments, I’ll explain that I’ve had a bad relationship with my father. If he came to me asking to live with me, I wouldn’t hesitate to say no… But this stance is based on my experiences. My reasons for making this choice aren’t going to be the same as anyone else’s. Consequently, I can’t suggest that, because I wouldn’t let my father live with me, that you shouldn’t let your mother live with you.
This is an interesting question. I would say if someone gives you something then it is yours. You, of course, should have the right, the freedom to do with the Wasted Red T Shirt , as you wish. This includes regifting it to another person if that is your choice. I do see an issue in regifting certain gifts. If your elderly grandmother or aunt gives you her engagement ring, her favorite religious statue, your grandfathers watch or the necklace grandfather or uncle gave her at her engagement I would not regift it. These items may not have great financial value but would be precious to your elderly relative. Certain gifts may have deep family sentiments. I would believe that my relative intended to trust me to keep her much loved possessions safe, to be handed down to future generations. Giving these away quickly to a friend, for example, would seem to me morally wrong. I would have betrayed the relatives trust. I would keep the items in a jewelry box or in a memory box for sentimental reasons, even if I would never use the items. I have a ring of my grandmothers that is missing a stone, yet it was precious to her, and is family history. I will pass it on to my daughter.
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Apparently Mrs. Claus enjoys relaxing just as much as any of them do, and for her, preparing small and simple meals for her man instead of Wasted Red T Shirt to the thousands of elves, is the best form of break and holiday she can get. Over the centuries, Santa’s main reindeer, Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen, apparently felt that their contributions were far too limited, their lives too restricted, and had begged, pleaded and finally demanded that Santa let them become more involved with the children, or do something beyond the North Pole. Unfortunately, Santa had to point out to them that society simply wasn’t ready to accept seeing Santa’s reindeer outside of the North Pole. This news so saddened the reindeer, that many began to lose their ability to fly, and Christmas actually became threatened that year.
Yes. Different countries have different versions of Santa Claus. When I was young we had Sinter Klass who would come with Swarte Peet (‘Black Pete’) leading a Wasted Red T Shirt horse that carried the presents and they would come by on the 5th of December and put candy in the wooden shoes of good girls and boys and lumps of coal in the shoes of those who misbehaved (of course we always got candy) but this is a far different version from the jolly old elf with a sleigh and flying reindeer who flies around giving presents to all the boys and girls in the world in one night by going down and up chimneys (which is clearly an impossible task) and has a toy making factory at the North Pole. But, “It’s a touching good story” especially if he does not get lost because he has a reindeer with a shiny nose.