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I have a few facebook friends that I know in real life that do something that is so odd to me.You can simply add facebook to your list of major marketplace websites. If people want to buy or sell secondhand stuff now they are as likely to go there as to the sites which have a pure Marketplace function. Most likely these people have posted the stuff on a dedicated group and just share with their friends as well.
Every week or so, both of them will post pictures and specifics about an item with a price. For example, t-shirts their kids can't wear or a Halloween costume. Usually, it is shared a few times with notes that they really want to sell particular item. I'm not sure that one friend ever sells anything, as I just see the shared pictures.
This is just bizarre to me. Craigslist or Ebay are perfect places to sell items from individual to individual.
How fast the time flies by on my day off.
What is this day off you speak of? How do I get one?
To had the same problem as your husband, to the amusement of my older siblings too.Kids have a way of mispronouncing words in a way that will embarrass you. I told the little one we were going on a beach trip soon and though I know what he was saying, it sounded like he was saying the word for a female canine at first. Thankfully now the "ea" sounds more like a long E than a short I.
My MIL shared that when DH was a kid he couldn't say truck, it always came out as the rhyming F word. His siblings didn't help matters because they would point to trucks and ask him what they were.
This situation requires a lot of grace in my opinion.
People who are making the calls are likely close to the deceased, so they are grieving. They have just learned their relative has died. They know they need to inform people and it's not a fun job. So they make a few mistakes or inform people when they would have preferred to sleep some more; in the grand scheme of things I just can't fault them for that. As seen on this thread, many people want to be called in the middle of the night. It's not like they have a list of who wants to be woken up and who doesn't. They have to guess. And I'm going to give a lot of forgiveness to grieving people who have the job of making phone calls and the job of guessing when to make them. I actually think it's a bit ungracious to get angry at someone in that situation, I'm sure they were trying to do the right thing. Motives and intentions mater a lot to me as far as who I am angry at. Frustrated, tired, disappointed you didn't get your sleep, yes understandable. Angry I just don't get.
Kids have a way of mispronouncing words in a way that will embarrass you. I told the little one we were going on a beach trip soon and though I know what he was saying, it sounded like he was saying the word for a female canine at first. Thankfully now the "ea" sounds more like a long E than a short I.