Great Single Men

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  19. I don't know if I'm related to your great aunt Maude, but she sounds like the kind of person I would like to be related to. I had a lot of great-aunts, but they are all long since passed on. My father had some feisty aunts (two of them were suffragettes) but they died long before I was born.
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  21. Thank you for saying you enjoy my posts. It's very gratifying to be called feisty ("been stirring them up again, have you?" my husband said with satisfaction when I told him this) I think my understanding of Noone's posts may be hampered by some sort of cultural gap. I mean, for instance, if I was going somewhere my husband thought might be dangerous, I think he would be more inclined to accompany me himself rather than expecting me to use a flashlight (torch as we call them) to protect myself. Torches in the UK are not generally regarded as lethal weapons, but possibly US flashlights are differently contstructed, maybe they can omit lethal lazer beams or something. The US are so much more technologically advanced than we are here.
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  23. by Louise C on 2005 Apr 12 - 06:37 | reply to this comment
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  25. Louise,
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  27. My Aunt Maude was a real character. The product of a large family, she was one take charge kind of lady. I've heard many amusing family stories regarding her penchant for thrashing anyone who threatened her many younger siblings. Apparently she was active in the New Thought Movement at the turn of the last century, and subsequently bequeathed her large esoteric library to my father. Many of those books are now in my possession, providing many hours of fascinating reading. Her real claim to fame, or shall I say, Infamy, was her early business endeavor during the Great Depression. Apparently she was called "Madame" with good reason, having run a bordello for several lucrative years! This we learned, only upon her death, from an ancient relative who'd kept her secret faithfully. As feisty and full of verve as she may have been, she was duly gentled and managed by her husband. I imagine their relationship may well have been a Taken In Hand sort of affair. I'll never really know, but it's a lovely thought.
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