A lady posted this on my step-grandfather’s page, then he shared it, and then liked his own share. And then my grandmother shared his post.
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Was telling my grandfather (who got me into bass fishing) about how a big bass broke my frog off that morning and how I wanted to buy a baitcaster setup with heavier line on it compared to my 8 pound monofilament line. Week later this showed up on my door step!!
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[NO SPOILERS] Hope this fits here, love Ozark and proud of my step-grandfather for his roles in the first seasons. i’m sure you guys recognize him!
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For context; this is about how my Dad's ex wife had her first grandchild and he's been saying she robbed him of being a step grandfather.
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Help finding these patches. My girlfriends grandfather passed away last year and her step uncle stole this from her and won't give it back. It's been to frustrating for her to keep going with it, i thought I would suprise her but I donw even know where to begin. Thank you
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My child (2years11months f) said that her papa (step grandfather 73) touched her inappropriately with details.

So during this Covid-19 madness myself (29f), fiance (26m) and our daughter (almost 3f) were isolated for over a month. We live in Canada and our province had enacted the Emergency Measures Act, and we were finally allowed to "bubble" with another household at the end of April. While we were isolated our daughter became potty trained.

Naturally we bubbled with my Mother "nana" (58f) and her husband "papa" (73m). We also bubbled with my fiance's family.

One day when my daughter came home from Nanas and Papas she was itching at her vagina. I asked why are you itchy? And she said because papa touched her hooha. Hooha is what my daughter and I say because vagina is harder to pronounce. Anyways, I didn't think much of it because children can say things sometimes.

A day or two goes by and my daughter, right out of the blue, said "Papa touched my hooha and nana said papa you don't do that." I was taken by shock and asked what do you mean but she didn't want to talk about it.

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The Story of Robert Taylor – The Vanishing Step-Grandfather

Robert Taylor was a thirty-something ex-navy man who met Dixie Lorraine Land (1917-1991), formerly Brooks, in Paducah, Kentucky while he was traveling for business. He allegedly worked with a servicing company that managed Nuclear Power Plants, and later a waste management company.

Robert was allegedly from California, and had four children from a previous marriage. They traveled with him as his job moved him from place to place.

In or around 1954, Dixie and Robert were married, either in Paducah, or in Wilmington, Delaware, where Robert’s job was sending him next. With his next job being set in Wilmington, Delaware, Robert and Dixie moved to the city and settled there with Roberts’s four children and Dixie’s two children from a previous marriage.

At some point after this, though the exact time is unknown, Robert was travelling again for work, and while Dixie and the family stayed in Delaware, he continued travelling around the country.

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top: pm2 clone I got for Christmas. middle: CRKT AUX I got as an early birthday gift from my mom. Bottom: a boy scouts knife I got from my step grandfather r.i.p grandpa Fred
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My grandfather believes that being asked to wear a mask is the first step to another holocaust
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My step grandfather exchanged a pack of cigarettes with a German POW for his compass during WW2
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"Grandmother and Step-grandfather kidnap children to teach mother a lesson"

(I think this is the sub where we post things like this? I've never fully understood what goes where.)

My cousin and his wife recently moved to the city where these people were found, and she sent me this link. Apparently there was a huge manhunt for the children a few days ago. The part of this that I find the most upsetting, personally, is how freely these assholes admitted to their motive. It shows just how convicted they are that their actions are correct, justified and socially acceptable. It appears they expected to get away with this.

Quoting from the article:

"Authorities say the boys’ step grandfather took them with the help of their grandmother. The grandmother allegedly kept the boys’ mother inside against her will at the Tekamah Motel, where several family members were l

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My grandfather on the other side of the country just died and because of the Coronavirus we won’t be able to have the service for some time. In the meanwhile I would like to send his wife (my step grandmother) a card but I’m not really sure what to say. Any advice?

I feel really strange asking the internet this but I’ve never had someone remotely close to me die, I’ve also never sent a letter before as it’s not really something my generation does. Normally I imagine most people just say β€œso and so was very dear to me and I’m terribly sorry for your loss” but obviously it’s my loss too and that just feels a bit strange. My step grandmother is a wonderful woman but we’re not all that close which makes it a touch more awkward for me as well.

So I guess I’m just wondering what one should say in this type of situation.

edit: thanks for all the well wishes and advice. I perhaps was overthinking it but I combined a lot of the comments on here with what felt right in my heart and that made it much easier to write.

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AITA if I told my step grandfather off?

Emphasis on the step grandfather. A short profile image, my step grandfather is your classic mansplainer and absolutely loves sticking his nose into business that isn’t his. He cuts people off and shoves his opinions down everyone’s throats. My grandma desperately considers him a part of the family and sees him as an angel but I’ve always felt like he’s a stranger.

So anyways, my mom and I were discussing the recent news events, particularly the ones involving racism, and we were arguing our opinions between each other while eating. My step grandfather kept trying to butt in and we both kept ignoring him, cause it was between my mom and I.

Eventually he addresses me directly by my name and I finally had enough and blurted β€œI’m talking with my mom”.

So aita for telling him off?

My dramatic grandma nearly crying, addressed my mom how β€œyou don’t bother with your daughter” and β€œI don’t care how people treat others, I care how my grandkid talks to others”. Mind you she raised a shit kid

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A postcard from my grandfather to my grandmother sent Nov 4, 1945, depicting a then new Rockne Memorial Gym. He wrote about his frustration that he had so much studying to do that weekend, he could only step away from his books in order to eat and go to Mass. Some things never change!
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My step-grandfather, the only I ever knew on my dad's side. His father passed away when he was 6yo. This is Fredrick Leon Stone on his 1st birthday, with a lady named Purtle Vest(no relation) who shared his birthday. She was 80yo here. Photo taken August 8th 1916.
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Steps on repairing the bottom bricks of this pier on my grandfathers staircase?
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My mom had sex with my step grandfather, my best friend, and countless other men at the gym

I have to get this off my chest. I'm 31 and while I've sought some therapy for this, I'm reminded by counselors that my mother suffers from a mental illness and has difficulty helping herself. That being said, I still can't help but feel at some point, people need to be responsible for their actions.

As the title says, my mother had an affair with my father's stepfather from the time I was 10 to 12. My dad was really close to his stepfather, as he was adopted by him when he was around 12 as well. The affair ultimately ended both my parent's marriage as well as my grandmother and step grandfather's marriage of nearly 30 years.

Fast forward to around 4 years later, my mom has full custody of me due to having a large amount of family wealth to pay for some really good lawyering (not that my dad is by any means perfect, but it is what it is), and my mom ends up sleeping with my best friend and band mate that I knew since freshman year. I found this news out about a year after she slep

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Step grandfather

Any idea on what having a step-grandfather that is like your real grandfather mean karmically?

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This was my step mom’s grandfather’s guitar and once he passed away they found this 94 year old guitar and gave it to me since they knew I play guitar
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A homemade planer made by.... my girlfriends, step fathers, grandfather. I believe it’s about 80-90 years old.
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How can I get infos on my Nazi step great grandfather?

A little backstory. My dad always told me that my great grandmother was married to a Bulgarian man (my dad’s step grandfather) who used to work for the Nazis. All I know of him is that he was not allowed to return back to Bulgaria because he « killed a rabbitΒ Β». (that’s what he used to say to my father.) He also couldn’t stretch his fingers, as if he were still holding a weapon.
He then started living in France where he met my great grandmother and died there.

I was wondering if there were any websites or archived that I could look into to see what he did during the war and who he fought for. I’ve always wondered this and since I just found this subbreddit I thought maybe I could find an answer to my question.

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My backyard garden, put into perspective with my drone efforts, for my grandparents to see the outcome. My grandfather led me every step of the way, from his Covid quarantine, so I wanted to share with him the location, size, and progress. v.redd.it/sz9qbu4wzv451
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Entitled Ex Step Mother and Entitled Step Mother's Son Ruins My Chances To Say Goodbye To My Unconcious Grandfather In Hospital

First post! And sorry for how long this is, I have a lot to get off my chest here. Backstory: About 8 years ago, I met one of the worst people I have ever had the displeasure of meeting. My step mother (at the time) whom my father met at work. I met her the day my father picked me up from the YMCA where I spent my summer days when my mother and father had to meet. By this time, both my mother and father were split up so my father was dating around. How he decided upon SM, I have no idea. But the day I met her, was not so bad. Actually, she was really kind back then. Always sweet, smiled brightly and had bright red colored hair. I even got to meet her 2 children, an older kid around 20 (I was 12 at the time) and her daughter who was younger than me, around 10. Both of which seemed perfectly nice, at the time. But as the years went by, spending time with her and my father was exhausting. They were always arguing with eachother which made spending the day with my dad a nightmare, or the

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My grandfather built this fish tank 30+ years ago. I was thinking of refinishing it to match my house. I inherited it and want it to look like it β€œgoes”. Is this a terrible idea? Is it possible? What steps should I take to make sure it looks good and doesn’t ruin it. Is it better to leave as is?
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My Own (Step) Grandfather. They watch way too much Fox News.
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[TOMT] [MOVIE] Documentary about a family where daughters/step daughters/granddaughters are molested by their dad/step dad/grandfather. Everyone knew but no one did anything.

At the end of the documentary the man dies and at the funeral most of the victims are drunk/drugged or. The wives/mothers all say they had no idea he was molesting the girls, but refused to do anything to stop it when the girls came forward.

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Step Grandfather maybe trying to cut my Dad out of what he's been left (UK)

Hi guys I need some advice on behave of my Dad

So my Nan remarried around 20ish years ago

She recently died and my Dad hasn't heard anything from any lawyers or anything even though he was told by my nan he was executor of the will around 10 years ago. He was told everything would ne split 60/40 between my dad and his two sisters getting the 60 and my step grandfather and his kids getting the 40. As you can imagine my dad wasn't happy then especially because he paid into the mortage when he lived there (way before they got married)

Now my nan died with a brain degeneration disease and had it for 5-6 years, my dad fears that my step grandfather used this to push her into changed her will and maybe roping my aunty in that doesn't get on with my dad and my other aunty.

Is there anyway my dad can contest the will and see when it was last changed to see if she was in the right state of mind so make changes?

He has no idea whats on the will, step grandfather never offered it over an

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Part 2: Entitled Ex Step Mother Ruins My Grandfathers Funeral

To start, this is a part 2 to my first story about this awful woman. Now, I have never been good with funerals. By this point in my life, I have only been to several, the last being 4 years ago for my uncle who passed of a heart attack. But my grandfather was much bigger, in my opinion. He left a mark on many, many people in his life, especially mine, about the value of hard work for later retirement and relaxation. The day of my grandfathers funeral, I dressed in all black as most sane people do. But, I had special permission to also wear a blue necklace, a color that was both mine and my grandfathers favorite. I love that we have that connection, and it made me feel better as my mother drove me to the funeral home where the service was held. I saw multiple cars in the parking lot, so it was obvious how loved my grandfather was. My mother was getting my younger sister ready so, I was sent inside to find my father and/or grandmother. Since I was the eldest grandchild, I had special

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What do I do with my step-grandfather's WWII military things?

Background: My grandmother remarried in her 70s. Both of them were widowed and had adult children with children of their own. He died a few years ago, she died recently and we are still cleaning out her house.

Since she died, her second husband's children have been really enthusiastic to try to get a cut of the inheritance money, but no one has come for his things. This includes all his military things- medals, WWII commendations, newspaper clippings, and all of his service records. We also have photos of him and his first wife, awards he got from various organizations he was in throughout his life, and other keepsake things. We have repeatedly asked his children to come for his things but no one has (it's been a year).

We have also found a small case of his first wife's mementos- photographs, letters, and papers of hers that he kept after she died.

Question: What do I do with them? I loved him dearly, he and my grandmother were so happy together and he cared very much for all of us

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My grandfather’s step children are blocking his children from taking care of him. We are afraid he is going to die. We believe they want him to die so they can take his money.

My step grandmother passed away in October . My grandfather suffered a fall the first week of January. He is currently living 3.5 hours away from his 3 stable daughters. His step children, who have never provided any proof of power of attorney, are blocking his daughters from moving him to a medical facility close to them where they can care for him. My grandfather has said he wants to be where we are. He has a β€œpatient advocate” who is not working to help him. In the care facility he is at he got so dehydrated that he got a bladder infection so bad it went septic. How do we stop his step children and his β€œpatient advocate” from keeping him in a facility where his life is in peril?

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Mum wants me to wait until step grandfather does to get married

My step Grandfather is an pedophile and has sexually assaulted a member of my family. My Grandma is a super sweet lady I love her but I can’t stand him. I’m engaged and my FiancΓ© and I are starting to plan my wedding, I want my grandma to be there but not her husband. My Mum has stated that we should hold the wedding off until he dies as my Grandma won’t go without him.

Now I definitely don’t want to hold the wedding off at all because there is just no telling how long we would be putting it off.

I need advice. I don’t want anyone to slam my Grandma or my Mum I just need help deciding what to do.

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Got this as a late birthday present from my step grandfather. My 2nd Pink Floyd CD. I’ve been trying to get the LP but this is good enough. Favourite song: Welcome to The Machine. Also unpopular opinion: β€œHave A Cigar” is my least favourite Pink Floyd song.
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My USS Enterprise fleet! Missing TOS Enterprise as I sent it to my step Grandfather a couple years ago.
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WIBTA if I told my step kids they were wrong to leave their grandfathers funeral early?

My step kids decided to leave my father in laws funeral early. Instead of being supportive they took off with another family member without saying goodbye. I am disappointed with them for not being there for my spouse. And I’m also pissed because I’d paid for them to spend the night in a hotel that they didn’t use. I don’t have a good relationship with them so by saying something would end up in a huge fight. They are young adults so they are capable of making their own choices. Still I’m fuming. AITA if I say something?

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My grandfather with his 1960 Plymouth Savoy sedan, 1961 (the Savoy was pretty much one step above a taxi cab)
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My wife’s 85 year old grandfather throwing paper airplanes in first steps. His only word was, β€œAmazing.”
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Kim Jong-un steps out of grandfather's sartorial shadow with trench coat look theguardian.com/world/201…
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I spent a few decades retracing my grandfather steps during World War II, from when fascists sent him to Sachsenhausen, to the moment when he managed to escape and come home.

Fascists kidnapped him in Italy in the early days of December 1940, caught at the hospital where my father was born a few hours earlier. Sent to Germany, he spent four years somewhere around Berlin. He managed to come back home in 1945, took three to four months from there to our family house in the north-east of Italy.

He didn't want to talk about the experience, and everyone respected his wish. Until one day in the summer of 1986, when I was 15, he had too much wine and started describing his ordeal over a family lunch. Potsdam was a name that came up often, and then a german word that nobody grasped.

He died a month after the Berlin wall was opened in 1989. For decades, I kept collecting details, small things that each one of us might have accumulated in time, from private conversations and such. My father found several artefacts he brought with him during the journey back from Germany. A spoon (in the picture), a plate with a blue swastika on the bottom, several pots.

During my

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As my grandfather used to say: If there’s something you have to do that would take you less than 5 minutes, do it NOW. No excuses. It makes you feel better about yourself and is the first step to getting your life together.
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My step-grandfather next to a plane engine around 1964. He served in the US Navy on aircraft carriers.
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My step-grandfather
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Can anyone ID this? My step dad gave me this. It was his great grandfathers. We think it’s some kind of hand anvil used at the vise. 5.75 lbs. any help is appreciated. made of wrought iron.
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First sig! Inherited a good amount of guns from my grandfather and had my pick of the lot. Terribly gunky but cleaned it up and fired a couple hundred rounds through and handled it no problem. My mother wanted a good home defense gun so this is goin to her. Nice step up from her current Ruger.
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An old lighter from my step-grandfather I found. I think it's not functional anymore, but it's still cool.
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For those of you that encouraged me and complimented my plant room, thank you! I took it a step further and got all my children together, picked up a free antique chair, hung up my grandfather’s antique map, and made myself a little corner!
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Found at step grandfathers house
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While sorting through the last of my recently passed grandfather’s possessions, we found this tucked away. I am attending my Masonic one-day class to become a Master Mason next Saturday, and this feels like my grandfather making sure I know He’ll be with me when I take that step.
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My great great grandfathers step dads uncle's goldfish beat cancer
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My step-grandfather on May 9, 1945, with a copy of The Stars and Stripes (Mediterranean) newspaper.
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Might be a grandfather but 100% has step dad reflexes v.redd.it/lydq4k6euz831
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Can anyone ID this? My step dad gave me this. It was his great grandfathers. We think it’s some kind of hand anvil used at the vise. 5.75 lbs. any help is appreciated. made of wrought iron.
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My step-grandfather is dead! REJOICE!

Ding-dong, the wretch is dead! Which old wretch? The wicked wretch! Ding-dong, the wicked wretch is dead!!!

I always thought I was the kind of person who didn’t take joy in the death or pain of anyone, but I guess I was wrong! This man outlived most of the people he abused the very worst, including my dad.

He died alone in a house fire, which is sweet, sweet irony. My dad tried to burn his step-father’s side of the bed with matches when he was four, thinking in his child mind that maybe it would kill him. Well, it took decades, but it WORKED!

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Kim Jong-un steps out of grandfather's sartorial shadow with trench coat look theguardian.com/world/201…
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Can anyone ID this? My step dad gave me this. It was his great grandfathers. We think it’s some kind of hand anvil used at the vise. 5.75 lbs. any help is appreciated. made of wrought iron.
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Can anyone ID this? My step dad gave me this. It was his great grandfathers. We think it’s some kind of hand anvil used at the vise. 5.75 lbs. any help is appreciated. made of wrought iron.
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My step grandfather is clinging to life and relies on grandma almost 24/7 now

Pop was diagnosed with mylofibrosis in February 2015 after being anemic and needing a blood infusion.

He was on an experimental treatment but didn’t get a bone marrow transplant and chemo until August 2018. Besides gout from the chemo pop was fine until suddenly that October he was diagnosed with hosts disease and stayed untll A few days before Halloween

We thought he was going to be fine until a few days after Christmas but before New Year’s Eve he got a fever and had to be taken to the ER.

Pop stayed there again until maybe March-May where he was diagnosed with cancer in his hips which he got radiation for and I think leukemia (even though it’s practically the same as the blood cancer). He was also defecating in the hospital bed dropping to 100 pounds. Pop went to rehab in February.

After a stint in the hospital from May-June pop was able to come with us to Florida and go on the rides at Disney even though he had to be pushed around in a wheelchair for almost Everything.

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What should I call my step grandfather’s daughter?

My father’s parents divorced and both remarried. My father’s mother married someone with a child, who married and had two kids. What would I call my step grandfather’s daughter? What would her genealogic name be?

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My step-grandfather died and now nm is trying to get a hold of me

I went nc with my nm and step dad 8 month ago Even went so far as to change my phone number.

My step dads father died a few nights ago And now I getting forwarded texts sent my nm from family members. Basically they consist of how terrible I am for not breaking my nc to call them because apparently my step dad is "crying him self to sleep" (I've never seen him show an emotion my whole life)

Also I've never had anything out side of small talk with my grandfather

Anyone else had to deal with something like this?

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This is from my grandmas house in Australia. My step grandfather collected model trains. I can’t seem to figure anything out about this one though.
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Great grandfather on right and his step father on the left. His real father died in WW1. This was at some time during the 40s. Army air corps bombarder
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πŸ“…︎ Nov 12 2019
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[UK] are there any steps I need to take to become responsible for my grandfather's medication?

My grandad (90 Male, 167cm, 76kg, non smoker, angina, high blood pressure) is memory is going, we recently got him to go to his gp about it and he had a memory test. Will be a few months wait before the memory team will see him because there is a wait list.

My main concern is that he is doing a number of things:

  • forgetting to take his medication
  • taking 2-3 days of medication at once
  • throwing away medication he believes isn't his

This has been going on for about two months. I've called his GP and moved him on to blister packs, and put his medication next to a clock that shows the time and day of the week but the issues still persist.

Reminding him to take it isn't enough anymore, and I can't watch him 24/7, I asked him and he said he would be fine with me bringing his meds to him when they are due, but I don't know if I can just start doing it or if there is some paperwork or something that would need to be done first?

Thanks in advance.

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πŸ“…︎ Nov 28 2019
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WIBTA if I didn't go to my step-grandfathers wake?

Tl;Dr: My step-grandfather died recently, and don't want to go to the wake because they weren't my family. My mom isn't mad, but is less than pleased.

My step-fathers dad passed away super suddenly this past weekend, and the wake is being held tomorrow. I have a valid reason for not going (my car will be getting fixed) but even if it wasn't, I haven't been planning on going, because of a few reasons.

First, I was always treating as the black sheep of the family: when I was a kid, and we'd go over there for the holidays, all of their side would get loads of gifts (I mean tons), and I'd end up getting like a gift card or two, and some toothbrushes and tooth paste (my step grandmother worked at a dentists and got tons of shit free). They'd also always go to events for all the other kids, but whenever my mom would ask them about something for me, it would always be "well, we'll try", or just some excuse not to.

Second, me and my step father have had a very tenuous relationship,

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My sister found this picture of my grandfather (dad's step-father) and my abuela. [probably late 1970s/early 1980s]
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A two-blade sword with Christian imagery and text in a gothic font like Fraktur. Was told it has some Masonic connections. Was passed from a step-great-grandfather.
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My (Black) Step-Grandfather and my (Filipino) Mother in Guam. Late 80's.
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πŸ“…︎ Sep 24 2019
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My friend found these small cubes, weighing about 8 grams (0.3oz) each, in her step-grandfathers stuff.
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My great grandfather and his sons/step sons,1930s.
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my step-grandfather died but I’m not sad about his death, I’m sad about what I’m about to lose.

my mom’s parents remarried in the 90’s. grandpa is as happy as can be with new wife, grandma never seemed happy with her new husband. she used money she got in the divorce to make a living for herself, accumulating at least a million dollars.

then in 2015, my grandmother died unexpectedly. she didn’t have a will. she was giving us warnings of sorts, saying β€œdon’t put off vacations, you never know when your husband (my dad) will be gone.” she also made us promise we would take care of my step-grandfather if β€œanything happened to her”.

to this day, we think she never told us about her underlying health issues since her husband was constantly having bouts with cancer, multiple other health issues, etc. I wish I could’ve hugged her tighter the last time I saw her. I wish I could’ve told her that her worsening health isn’t a burden.

we kept our promise for the last four years. we would invite him over for dinner, despite him being the most bitter person to walk this earth. he blew my gra

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Belonged to great step-grandfather who was from Armenia.
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πŸ“…︎ Aug 23 2019
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My grandfather collects pictures like this if all the houses he’s owned. Unfortunately the only pic I have has cars in the driveway and my brother and I on the front step. Is it possible to remove us and the cars?
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πŸ“…︎ Sep 22 2019
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Kevin my Step-Grandfather becomes a minor twitter meme in his country.

My step-grandfather (Who I will call Kevin) is... certainly not the sharpest tool in the shed. A few years ago, he started using twitter. He had an extreme hatred for one of the popular local government parties. He kept on replying to their posts with what came from his mind at that exact moment, most of which were rather offensive. This included making jokes about a politician supporting mentally handicapped people just trying to be among her familiars, or that a politician with a somewhat long neck was a horse and should start wearing a saddle so people could ride her, along with several more clearly obscene comments.

Apparently Kevin has no idea that everyone can see twitter replies, and thought that nobody would notice. He thought that the people replying to him were direct messaging him, and complained more about this for everyone to see. Some people and family members contacted Kevin's wife to tell him to stop his twitter behavior as they were worried he could get into some big

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My step-grandfather and his father. Lima, Ohio, 1937. Grandpa was seven. His good Catholic family later disowned him for marrying my divorced Protestant grandma. The marriage lasted almost 60 years.
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Found this at my dad's place when we were helping his father-in-law move in. Said I could have it. I was surprised because from all I know about my step grandfather, he isn't a Godzilla or even movie monster fan.
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πŸ“…︎ Jul 18 2019
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Decided to follow my grandfather’s foot steps and hunt....I finally got one!!!
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[#10|+6851|132] LPT: As my grandfather used to say: If there’s something you have to do that would take you less than 5 minutes, do it NOW. No excuses. It makes you feel better about yourself and is the first step to getting your life together. [/r/LifeProTips] reddit.com/r/LifeProTips/…
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πŸ“…︎ Oct 20 2019
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My vietnamese grandfather watching Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon (1969) / Just showing off
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πŸ“…︎ Aug 14 2019
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[LifeProTips] LPT: As my grandfather used to say: If there’s something you have to do that would take you less than 5 minutes, do it NOW. No excuses. It makes you feel better about yourself and is the first step to getting your life together. reddit.com/r/LifeProTips/…
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πŸ“…︎ Oct 20 2019
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Is my mother's stepfather my step grandfather?
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πŸ“…︎ Sep 11 2019
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My step grandfather had a coin collection, my grandmother was given the coin collection. I asked to look in the collection and found this! E P I C
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Researching step-grandfather’s lineage - can’t pinpoint anything correctly - someone else please help dig into this?

I’m in desperate need of help.

My grandmother had a love affair with a man named Rufus Tate Jr, to which gave birth to my uncle. Rufus Tate Jr was born on 12 Nov 1930 in Gilmore, Arkansas, and passed on 6 Nov 2004 in South Bend, Indiana. His father was Rufus Tate Sr. I also have his two sisters and brother’s names - two of which I found pictures of and both passed in 2018. I found his obituary with the help of someone with a subscription.

Now here’s the worse part: even with all this new information, my tree has no new leaves or potential records/relatives, not even for his siblings. I have no Ancestry subscription, I should add.

In continuation with my confusion, Rufus Sr was supposedly born in 1877, but the age wouldn’t add up with the upbringing of four kids come the thirties of the next century. He would’ve been well into his 50s. And another obituary of Rufus β€œBuddy” Tate Jr, who passed in 2014 at the age of 99, was born in 1914, which would seem more appropriate, but I can’t

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I think jotaro didn't follow his grandfather steps
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Great-grandfather (bottom left) with his friends around 1918 on the steps of Wakefield Prison where he was imprisoned as a conscientious objector.
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My grandparents recently died, so my aunt and uncle are building a new house. The circled area shows the self made track that my great grandfather made for my great grandmother once she was unable to walk down the steps. It was electric winch operated. She tried it once. She hated it.
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My child (2years11months f) said that her papa (step grandfather 73) touched her inappropriately with details.

So during this Covid-19 madness myself (29f), fiance (26m) and our daughter (almost 3f) were isolated for over a month. We live in Canada and our province had enacted the Emergency Measures Act, and we were finally allowed to "bubble" with another household at the end of April. While we were isolated our daughter became potty trained.

Naturally we bubbled with my Mother "nana" (58f) and her husband "papa" (73m). We also bubbled with my fiance's family.

One day when my daughter came home from Nanas and Papas she was itching at her vagina. I asked why are you itchy? And she said because papa touched her hooha. Hooha is what my daughter and I say because vagina is harder to pronounce. Anyways, I didn't think much of it because children can say things sometimes.

A day or two goes by and my daughter, right out of the blue, said "Papa touched my hooha and nana said papa you don't do that." I was taken by shock and asked what do you mean but she didn't want to talk about it.

I figured I

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