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Response to angstlessk (Original post)

Thu May 31, 2018, 07:15 PM

9. My grandma was the good girl. Her sister was the bad girl.

Bad girl was born before the Great San Francisco earthquake, good girl after, in a ruined city.

Bad girl and her sister both ran south wild to 1920's Hollywood. It was, of course, ALL bad girl's fault. She'd corrupted her younger sister.

But good girl redeemed herself marrying a very respectable military officer.

My bad girl great aunt married and divorced several times. She had many wonderful adventures worldwide. My good girl grandma never ventured beyond U.S.A. territories.

I think my bad girl great aunt had the most fun and she lived more than a hundred years, decades longer than her younger good girl sister, fully vibrant an an Auntie Mame way to the very end.

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