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  • BlondyBlondy Ruse Member Posts: 152
    @AllyJay ; Lmao. Baileys is my tipple too. Bkinkin typo.. I was once irate about something and wanted to type something that rhymes with duck.. It wouldn't let me write it so in the end I left it at duck  Made a very funny rant  
  • SisterSister Adelaide Hills, SAMember Posts: 3,865
    A long time friend who was used to all the dramas being about her, cut herself off from our group at the same time the others rallied around me.  I have no idea if I was the reason, but the timing was right - she doesn't associate with any of us anymore (after between 35 & 55 years of friendship with various members of our group).
  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 6,841
    @Siater Extraordinary. Has anyone from your group asked her about it?
  • BlondyBlondy Ruse Member Posts: 152
    @Sister Similar story different circumstances. About (grab a drink) 26 years ago after knowing Narelle for a few years as a client and forming a friendship she dropped me and her few remaining friends like a hot potato. She didn't have any friends or anyone that cared about her other than a group of 5 Saturday ladies at my salon. Every few weeks we'd travel near and far for very long fun filled lunches. Everyone was upset after all of the support we always gave her  Her mother and daughter were problematic and she had a lovely ex who was very generous to her. Since that day no one heard from her even though we tried to contact her. (get a gin and tonic) Two weeks ago I was at a nursing hone where I still do the hair of one of my clients. Another one of my clients was there for respite and as I went past the doors looking for her name  there was Narelles on the door. This week I knocked on the door and visited her. Poor devil, she said to me  you've got lovely teeth  mine are in the bathroom. Her hair was one of those mindless haircuts that will never be seen outside of the walls.. Her memory was a bit jaded. Maybe that was a blessing but couldn't help feeling compassion for her  I now have someone I can offload my hand creams and toiletries I get in abundance as she bemoaned the fact she had very little. I'll visit her every week now  when I go to do my clients hair. So whatever happened all those years ago shall remain a mystery.
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  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 6,841
    That's very sad @Blondy
  • BlondyBlondy Ruse Member Posts: 152
    @kaymakm you're right it is sad. It couldn't be any worse for her so if I can bring any sunshine into her life I will. 
  • SisterSister Adelaide Hills, SAMember Posts: 3,865
    We tried, and one of the others(who has known her since their first day of school) tried a lot harder but she's long been known for her dramatics - I honestly didn't have the energy for the bullshit.
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