posted on Oct, 12 2018 @ 02:52 PM
a reply to: CornishCeltGuy
Jesus Cornish, I thought I was the only one with a family like that. I'm the youngest of 6 and I am always the mediator. But sometimes you just have
to keep your mouth shut with all the truths you know. I always say my brothers and sisters have selective memory. They remember only what they want to
and that is sometimes distorted.
I only have one sister and one brother alive today. My sister, never married, lived only for her work. Got more money than she knows what to do with,
yet is hard done to.
My brother is Bi and all his life he has been in and out of prisons. His main argument now is he wasn't invited to my parents golden wedding party. I
could ofcourse break us apart by saying "you weren't invited because we didn't know what prison you were in", but I keep quiet and keep the peace.
When I was 16 I was destined to go into the Coldstream Guards like my father and uncle, bbbuuuttt it was the late 1960s. The hippy took hold of me and
I rebelled. From then on I was an outcast most of the time and that only changed when I got married. Which I always say to my wife"my inlaws have been
more of a family than my own family"
The tales I could tell. Wweeelll.