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paId to have lawns done $100 mth for 18 mths til I found out she was giving the money to my sister
I sat for the Public Service exam with mum.when my son was a baby because she was too nervous to go alone.
stayed with her 1 week when dad died... my sister wasnt there
After dad died I had her here for xmas for many years and spoilt her with gifts, until she told lies to the family about me. then I stopped, and have not invited her back since.
spent a week at her house minding her cat so they could go away
had make up and other goods sent from England for her as she couldnt get what she wanted here.
Used my credit card to order clothes for her
Paid for 6 pairs of trousers recently without asking any money, because she couldnt find what she wanted.
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