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Is it her?

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Sharron Report 14 Jun 2008 14:30

And while I am there I might have to see if the cake tin is working too.You can never be too careful!


SueMaid Report 14 Jun 2008 14:28

Sorry, Sharron;))
Sue x


Sharron Report 14 Jun 2008 14:21

I'm not worried about the breadmaker.It's the kettle.Now look what you have done,you have made me anxious.I might just have to go and see that it is working.


SueMaid Report 14 Jun 2008 14:18

Light some candles and meditate saying over and over - "I don't care about the breadmaker" :)))
Sue x


Sharron Report 14 Jun 2008 14:14

Sue,that is the first time I have been frightenedby it!

Wild Cat

Wild Cat Report 14 Jun 2008 14:12

Hi, again.
Hope it all settles soon Sharron


SueMaid Report 14 Jun 2008 14:12

No she can't hurt you anymore - at least not unless you let her. As long as she doesn't break the kettle - you have to be able to have a cuppa:))
Sue xx


Sharron Report 14 Jun 2008 14:07

Thanks Sue.Just sorting out her damage and happy knowing she can't do any more,Apart from crack my b****y breadmaker case Goddammit!


SueMaid Report 14 Jun 2008 13:46

I think that you have probably turned the tables on her and she must be so frustrated because she can't get at you. Good on you - sounds like you are winning the battle.
Sue xx


Sharron Report 14 Jun 2008 13:38

Thank you but really I don't need to do all these things.I am happy with my feelings.The only reason I ever mentioned the relationship on here was because I had found an article on narcissistic mothers which had finally put everything into context and hoped it could help others.As for her haunting me,well I hope you can understand that it amuses me.It is most likely a set of co-incidences,just like my cat Idi dying on the same day as Idi Amin.

♥ Kitty the Rubbish Cook ♥

♥ Kitty the Rubbish Cook ♥ Report 14 Jun 2008 12:55

Am I alone in thinking if this happened to me I'd move!! *shudders*

I agree with writing a letter to vent all your feelings.........I do that if I'm upset about something, then tear the letter up the next day.

wonder. y

wonder. y Report 14 Jun 2008 12:14

hi sharron, from someone who knows all about strange things happening in the house, i think you need to put your feeling to rest, because if not she will have won. and maybe like others have said, she may be trying to ask your forgiveness.why not sit down and write her a letter, put all your feelings in the letter. put the letter away, and then there may come a day you will be feeling more forgiving.thats the day you read the letter, and then get rid of it.
all the best to you


Sharron Report 14 Jun 2008 10:52

Thank you to everybody who has given me serious advice.It wasn't really what I was expecting.Although they are a bit irritating I find the happenings amusing and not at all alarming and only thought to share them with you out of interest,especially as I had just picked up the breadmaker.
Every time we make some sort of change at home that lets light and air in to where she had kept junk and rubbish we remark upon how much she would have disliked it and have a little chuckle.
We had newly decorated the bedroom they had shared with fresh paint and a fitted carpet,not something she would have countenanced, when Dad had his stroke in there.That,I'm afraid,we put down to her being so cross she hit him over the head!


Deanna Report 13 Jun 2008 18:18

Relax love..... she has absolutely no power over you anymore.

Deanna X


maryjane-sue Report 13 Jun 2008 18:00

Maybe you should try talking to her - off-load everything and explain to her why you feel like you do. I was told that people do change in the spiritual world.... and usually realise the mistakes they have made and try to say sorry, by whatever means they can. And it might be a good way for you to finally let go and move on.

Mrs.  Blue Eyes

Mrs. Blue Eyes Report 13 Jun 2008 18:00

I think when we pass on we see everything with clarity and understanding, perhaps she sees what she did and how she behaved and is trying to tell you she is watching over you now......xx


Bond Report 13 Jun 2008 17:57

Now that is strange. Do you really think it is her Sharron?


Sharron Report 13 Jun 2008 17:28

The bracket didn't fall.Just the television off the platform which has the lip on the front.The bracket is still there holding up a television.

Um,I was late replying because the computer froze.


Bond Report 13 Jun 2008 17:26

Back in 20 mins


Kay???? Report 13 Jun 2008 17:16

Jimmy Bond,,,Yes this is this one,,

l@@k at my name,,,,???? ha ha,,,