dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,

Whose memories are they anyway?

Of course, the truly irritating thing about the mess with the pump organ is not that Jim maybe kind of foresaw a giant, stupid fight and did something equally big and stupid to forestall it. A man with normal children would have not have to resort to a stunt he declared to be to the benefit of all when he knew damned well that it benefited no one and solved nothing. The irksome thing is that he had to in the first place.

This is because it must have gotten back to him that for reasons unknown and unknowable, his children came to the daffy notion that by downsizing, he and Marian were somehow selling their childhood. Since he was a Depression Child, it didn't make sense that he had raised two dumbbells who thought that if someone else lived in the home they were raised in, the locks had been changed on their pasts. His last days were equally baffling because for some reason that was lost on him, his passing would somehow make a woman in her sixties a poor orphan girl and he couldn't even tell her that she was talking bollocks fluently.

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