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Gone But Not Forgotten? Not Necessarily! Epilogue

posted 5/4/2008 10:55:59 AM |
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This is the conclusion to my previous blog

The identity of my mystery guest discussed has been discovered. I spoke with my daughter last evening about this and she made a few calls. It is/was the grandmother of one of her flaky friends. Seems that the girl that left granny had been killed in car wreck six or seven years ago.

I just got off the phone with some of her family. Apparently granny has been missing for eleven years. Somebody is now on their way to pick it up.

It was one those things where one of her loser friends from the era needed to store some things for "a few days".

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May 4 @ 11:00AM  
Well how sad that granny got displaced.............but how good that she has been found and soon to be returned to her did a good job WOW

btw maybe you should look in your garage again..........I think jimmy hoffa is still missing isnt he?

May 4 @ 11:11AM  
My daughter went through a phase from 15 to 25 where everything was heavy metal and goth. If they looked at a crucifix and saw Jesus, they probably would have commented about how Ozzy had lost weight and grew a beard. With one exception, every friend from that phase was a loser and a bum. My ex and I called her social circle the Beavis and Butthead bunch.

May 4 @ 11:19AM  
Well, at least "Granny" is on her way home.....Good work....

May 4 @ 11:43AM  
I just love a happy ending.

I bet it is a relief that it wasn't your memory failing you!

May 4 @ 12:19PM  
Awwwwww I love happy endings too! I think we'd all be surprised to know how many people woulda just pitched them in the nearest dumpster, too lazy to try an find out where they belonged.

You're a good man Bruce....but we all knew that anyway!

May 4 @ 12:48PM  
You did what I believe to be the 'right' thing by finding grandma a home . While doing this you also found out about a tragedy, that a young life ended in a needless car wreck. In my quiet moments and in my thoughts, I'll pray that her spirit is at rest.

May 4 @ 12:53PM  
It is kinda sad to find that the young lady has left this earth far too early. However, it is great that you found a home for the "granny". Great story!! But you mean to tell me it has been 11 yrs since you looked in that cabinet? LOL


May 4 @ 1:41PM  
It was the bottom shelf and I had never put anything on that shelf, so there was never any reason for me to look there.

A guy came over and picked up granny. He made a quip about her moving around more after she died than she did when she was alive.

May 4 @ 2:10PM  
Glad everything worked out

May 4 @ 2:39PM  
Thanks for the update WoW. I think when you said flaky and loser those were understatements.
Don’t know what the world is coming to anymore. No respect or concern for family. Each spring my brothers and I visit and clean up three family graveyards in the boondoggles that have people buried that I never met and don’t know except for the history my father told us. Don’t know who will care for them when we’re gone because all of our children have moved away and never showed interest to help when they were here.

Then again it could have been worse after all granny could have still been alive when she was “stored”. You see on the news all the time where a son or daughter puts their elderly parents or young children out on the street. Makes you wonder what kind of sickness someone must have that can do things like that.

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