that omission is being used to give a false impression that you are all alone in the world with no family or close friends to help you in a time of need. AND that false impression is being used to garner, not only sympathy, but money.
My question to you was straight up, Jennifer Marie Killgore .
Meg
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This is a HUGE deal. Alone, Alone, Alone, , , well, except for that great guy that I have, , , but, he’s besides the point, because, I’m, , , Alone, Alone, Alone.