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She thought she was the only one who cared about Mum & Dad & blames the fact for not having children but Mum & Dad weren't helpless at that time  She would write nasty letters to us other girls saying how lucky we were to be "out of it" when Mum & Dad got older. She didn't go unrewarded according to Mother, & again she wasn't always the loving daughter she made out to be  A bit of a martyr, our Mu but for all that I've got something she can't have so I don't begrudge her anything. Money can't compare with love of children & with all their money they live a very narrow life, no matter if it suits them, but past is past & no harm done.

This is all for now love, more later. I'll just add I loved school & all but one of my teachers. She was a bitch to us poorer children & would make scathing remarks about our clothes, shoes, any school kit not up to scratch  She licked the shoes of the manager's daughters & plainly showed her scorn at lesser mortals & I hated her. She had the power to make me cringe with her snide remarks in front of other children  I still remember her name Ida Hallchurch