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    Dear Amy: I would like to inform my children of my intended plans for distributing my estate after my death. How can I lovingly bequeath my funds without “ruffling feathers”? Amy Dickinson  I have three daughters. Only one is married, with two children. In preparing my will, I would like to leave each of my grandchildren 2 percent of my remaining funds, and equally split the balance between my three daughters, at 32 percent each. I’m afraid that one of them will look upon this distribution as her married sibling getting a larger share (believing the 2 percent should come from the married daughter’s one-third equitable share). I would like input from you and readers on my intended plan, and how to overcome any hard feelings on the part of one of my daughters. Planning Dear Planning: Your planned distribution of your assets seems equitable and fair. Many people choose to give to grandchildren and other family members separately from their own children. It’s your money and you have the right to spend it however you want! Given how painstakingly...
    A FAMILY has left a hidden message on their father's headstone - they know it would make him laugh but others find it offensive. Cemeteries are a place for reflection - a place where we get to remember our loved ones and what made them special. 4The Owens family left a touching but comical tribute for their dad 4Warren-Powers Cemetery stuff were against the move For the Owens family, that specialness came in the form of a now controversial tombstone. Visit Warren-Powers Cemetery in Polk County, Iowa, and you'll notice a harmless joke on Steven Paul Owens' tombstone. The first letter of each phrase on his headstone in the sleepy cemetery reads "f*** off". It's a turn of phrase the Owens family said he shared often and jokingly, according to WIBW news. MORE ON IOWAVICTIM'S NIGHTMARE I was kidnapped & abused for weeks aged 8 by 'night-vision' killerGARDEN WARNING My daughter was poisoned by killer garden plant - parents need to look out "It was definitely his term of endearment. If he didn’t like you, he didn’t speak to you....
    A JOBSWORTH council has been slammed after they ordered a heartbroken family to remove a memorial bench for a Royal Marine - because they did not get permission.  Family of ex-Royal Marine Corporal Tony Sutcliffe placed the bench where they had scattered his ashes on Basildon Moor, West Yorkshire, last year.  2The family of Tony Sutcliffe plaed the bench close to where his ashes had been scatteredCredit: Ben Lack 2But Bradford Council are now demanding that the bench be removedCredit: Ben Lack The 44-year-old took his own life in 2019 after battling PTSD, with the family designing the Remembrance bench in his memory.  Bur council bosses at Bradford are demanding that it be removed because they did not have permission for it.  Nearly 4,000 people have signed an online petition calling for the bench to stay put, for his widow, Kate, daughter Lyra, and other loved ones to visit.  Tony's brother, David Sutcliffe, who arranged the tribute, said the family has asked for permission from the council but “never really got anywhere.” READ MORE NEWSFATAL FIRE Man and woman killed...
    ANY parent will agree that taking care of kids is enough to keep you rushed off your feet even if you’re taking care of just one youngster. So spare a thought for Kelli Ingram who has eight kids to keep watch over. 4Kelli Ingram has eight kids but says her husband comes firstCredit: Kelli Ingram Kelli, 39, from South Carolina, is mum to seven daughters and one son, six biological and two adopted including Lael, 12, Ruthie, 10, Salem, 9, Faith, 7, Eden, 5, Shepherd, 4, Ever, two, and Olive, eight months. But despite her bumper brood Kelli says that her life is far from hectic - and she even has time to go on a date every week with husband Trey, 38. Kelli insists that she barely noticed the number increasing as more babies arrived. Speaking exclusively to Fabulous, she says: “My husband and I both thought we’d have around four children and I thought that was a big family. More on parentingMAKING CHOICES I’m a parenting expert - three reasons not to tell kids to clear their plateTRIPLE...
    A WOMAN has revealed her handy solution to drying her family’s clothes without having to pay for a tumble dryer. The mum took to Facebook showing how she airs her entire household’s laundry in the bath for free using multiple racks. 1A mum has shared how she manages to dry her entire family's laundry in the bath without needing a tumble dryerCredit: Tanya Knight - FACEBOOK She wrote: “My little laundry tip. “Might be an obvious one already but hopefully it will help at least one person. “With the energy costs changing I thought I would share what I do with my laundry when I am unable to put it outside on the washing line. “I’m actually not lucky enough to have space for a tumble drier so when it’s wet I do this. More on laundryCLEAN UP I’m a homecare expert - when to run your washing machine to save money on bills “I use hangers to hang everyone’s tops up in age order along my shower rail (helpful for when they are all dry, as I can just...
    A WOMAN, who was looking for a few facial touch ups, had lip and jaw filler but people said she was left looking like Quagmire from Family Guy. Influencer Charmane Major, from Leeds, had 2ml of filler injected in each side of her jaw and 1ml in her lips last month, which set her back £600. 3Charmane Major said she was surprised by the results of her jaw fillerCredit: NNP 3People on social media said she looked like Family Guy’s QuagmireCredit: NNP But, the 28-year-old was horrified when she woke the next day to find her face had swollen, leaving her looking like the popular cartoon character. Charmane, who works as a bus driver, said: "The swelling was painful, the procedure itself was fine but the next morning my face was swollen. "I was really shocked that I looked like Quagmire but I laughed at myself. I found it really funny, I just hoped it would go down. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "I've been getting lip fillers for around six years now...
    Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban claims he could mount a successful 2024 presidential run but won’t for the sake of his family. “No,” Cuban said in response to Jay Williams saying Cuban should run for President in 2024 on his NPR The Limits podcast. “Do you think you would have what it took to be the president of the United States of America?” Williams replied. “Of course,” Cuban answered. “Well, I shouldn’t say, of course you never know until — until you know, right? It’s the hardest job in the world so I’m not going going to be that arrogant.” Cuban explained that he is the man for the job, but is worried about his family. “At the same time, relative to anybody else, I think I can do I could do the job, but I would never put my family through that,” he said. “As much as charisma is important to getting elected, the whole process is the worst thing possible for a family. You literally have to disregard, unless you have, like my kids are 12, 15 and...
    Dear Amy: My daughter became engaged last week. We are thrilled and like “Steve” a lot. Amy Dickinson  She said, “Steve wants a traditional Catholic wedding. His family also wants alcohol served.” We are a Christian family and attend church every Sunday (which Steve has attended with us). Steve and his family do not attend Mass regularly. I blurted out, “That can’t happen.” Her father died a few years ago, and I have no expectation they would get married in our church, but I am totally against it in a Catholic church. Also, in our close and conservative family, we do not drink alcohol. We have been to many Catholic weddings, and my daughter has always called them “too ritualistic.” She said she has no preference and always thought she would have an outdoor wedding. Related Articles Ask Amy: How do I escape her constant invitations? Ask Amy: Why will no one defend me from these fat women? Ask Amy: I think I found her real father. What do I do now? ...
    The mother of 24-year-old Dylan McGinnis, who was allegedly murdered by an accused felon that had been bailed out of jail by the left-wing “Bail Project” organization, says President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris ought to put themselves in the shoes of crime victims. In an exclusive interview with SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Saturday, McGinnis’s mother Nikki Sterling, described the murder of her son in Indianapolis, Indiana, on October 1, 2021 — allegedly by 23-year-old Travis Lang, an accused felon, who was able to post bail with the help of the left-wing Bail Project which features celebrities like Richard Branson, Danny Glover, and John Legend on its advisory board. “Dylan was such a vibrant young man,” Sterling said. “He really had a passion for his friends and his family. He was happy-go-lucky. He loved life. He was humble. He found joy in helping other people, whether it be his grandparents, his friends. He had a beautiful soul.” LISTEN:  Breitbart · Nikki Sterling – January 15, 2022 “[Dylan] had been assisting a friend through a substance abuse issue...
    A GREAT great grandmother aged 106 had credited her long life to regularly eating McDonald’s Big Macs after church.   Dorothy Nedd, from South Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, has just celebrated her birthday and is still in fine form. 2Dorothy Nedd's secret is regular Big MacsCredit: Fox29 2She tucks into one after church on SundayCredit: McDonald's Dorothy’s granddaughter Zulema told reporters Christianity and McDonald's had long been the mainstays of Dorothy’s life. She told FOX 29 News: "Grandma always used to take me to church. "And then after church, we would sometimes go to McDonald's and my grandma got a Big Mac.  “She was getting Big Macs for a long time." Dorothy always loved having family around her, with nine great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. But sadly she has not been able to see them in the past couple of years. Most read in The US SunSCREEN ICON Bob Saget found dead just hours after performing at showTATT'S CRAZY See Teen Mom stars' craziest tattoos including Amber's portrait of LeahSUDDEN LOSS How Bob Saget passed away at his Orlando hotelKILLER DEAD Robert Durst...
    A MUM has revealed how she gets up three hours before her kids to apply make-up so she can be on her “A-game as a mum”. TikTok user Natalie Garcia said she also uses these precious quiet hours to tidy the house and work on herself before her family wakes up. 4TikTok user Natalie Garcia shared her morning routine which included getting up three hours before her familyCredit: @coachnat2015/Tiktok 4She said that putting make-up on helps her be on her 'A game as a mum'Credit: @coachnat2015/Tiktok The mum, who is expecting her fourth child, uploaded a video on her @coachnat2015 account showing her morning routine, and not everyone was convinced. She said: “Every morning I wake up three hours before the rest of the family. “I get dressed, put make-up on and make myself look my best. “Doing this helps me be on my A game as a working mum.” Natalie then turns her attention to her home and spruces it up before her kids and husband wake up. “I then bless my home by tidying up, ensuring I create...
    Dear Amy: I’ve met a wonderful man. We’ve been dating for seven months — three online during COVID, and four months in real life. Amy Dickinson  We’re older (I’m 45, he’s 40) and have talked about moving in together and possibly having children. The problem is his ex-girlfriend. They dated for two years, then split up and stayed friends. Over the last 10 years, she’s remained a large part of his life. She calls and texts him constantly. They go hiking and camping almost every weekend, and she attends all of his family events. I haven’t even been invited to a family games night yet — but when I am finally invited, his ex will be right there when I finally meet his siblings and their families. Oh, and because the family lives in the next town over, we’ll be carpooling with her. Related Articles Ask Amy: She posted photos of my house online, and I don’t want her around my family Ask Amy: Since I learned the family secret, I want nothing to do with...
    A WOMAN who was put up for adoption when her “gran wouldn’t take her in” has been reunited with her long-long brother after three decades.  Lisa Irvine, 50, from Somerset, was placed into foster care as a baby, but was later adopted by a couple who already had one child.  5Lisa Irvine was reunite with her brother after 36 years on Long Lost Family 5In emotional scenes, Lisa was able to meet brother Nicholas, who she never knew existed before contacting the show 5Lisa found out that her grandma had 'forced her mother to give her up' Lisa has spent 36 years trying to track down her real family, and contacted the Long Lost Family team for help.  She spoke of her struggles over the years, and said: “My whole life, I've felt like an imposter in another family. I don't know where I belong.” Lisa found out that her grandma had “forced her mother to give her up”, as she didn’t feel like she had enough room for Lisa and her brother Nicholas - who she previously didn’t know...
    A WOMAN has revealed how her sister put her two-year-old daughter up for adoption after giving birth to a son, because she "she couldn't care for two kids". But the heartbroken aunt, who found out over a zoom call with her family, says it's because she "didn't want a daughter" - and now she's fighting for custody. 3The woman said her sister gave her two-year-old daughter up for adoption as soon as she gave birth to a sonCredit: Getty After *Candice gave birth to a little boy during the pandemic, the family arranged a Zoom call so they could meet the newborn baby. The anonymous woman said she was also thrilled to meet her new nephew and also see her niece again, so asked if she could say hi. But the mood changed when the woman's sister allegedly revealed she'd given her up for adoption without telling anyone - and at that point "everyone lost it." “My sister very quietly said that she didn’t have her because at the beginning of January she put her daughter...
    Legendary choir director and gospel singer Kirk Franklin's estranged son released audio of his father berating and threatening him over the phone.  Kerrion Franklin, 32, recorded a heated argument with his father Kirk - a 16-time Grammy winner - and posted the 45-second clip on Instagram on Saturday.  'I'll put my foot in your a**,'  a voice identified as Kirk's is heard saying. 'I will break your neck ni***, don't you ever disrespect me.'   The video quickly went viral, racking up more than 265,000 views as of Sunday morning.  Kirk, 51, addressed the family drama in his own Instagram video, where he apologized for 'losing his temper' and explained that he's been having issues with his eldest son 'for many years'.  Scroll down for video  Legendary choir director and gospel singer Kirk Franklin's estranged son Kerrion left released audio of his father (right) berating and threatening him over the phone Kirk and Kerrion are pictured together at the 1999 Essence Awards in New York City  It's unclear what sparked the row heard in Kerrion's original video, which...
    Dear Moneyist, I was raised by a single mother who sacrificed and worked very hard to give me and my siblings everything we needed growing up. Throughout my life I have tried to take care of my mom as best as I can, I give her money twice a month. I gave her my car. I paid for the down payment to her house. I even built a home in her country for her to have a place to stay when visiting her family. About six years ago my brother passed away, and my mom took in his wife and two young children. They have been living with my mom and, although the wife now works, she doesn’t make enough to move out on her own. My sister and I do the best we can to help my mom pay the bills and mortgage. As I make more money than my sister, I give her more. You would think I am rich, but I’m not. I serve in the U.S. military, and I have had to take out...
    A MUM told her son “I love you with all my heart” in a final text message before she was put into a coma and later died from Covid. Ethan Hussey, 18, from Rayleigh, has paid tribute to his “amazing” mum Nicola “Nicki” Hussey after she died at Southend Hospital on January 13. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2Ethan Hussey has paid tribute to his 'amazing' mum Nicola Hussey after she died at Southend Hospital on January 13 Nicki, 47, from Rayleigh, Essex, was taken to hospital on December 22, leaving behind her husband Dave and three kids, Ethan, Ryan and Kian. Ethan said his mum sent them all a text message starting with the words “I love you with all my heart” before she was taken to intensive care. He said: “On December 31, she Facetimed my dad and I went and spoke to her and said Happy New Year, I love you, I hope you’re coming home soon. “On January 1, me, my brothers and my dad all got the...
    Dear Moneyist, My stepdad adopted me when my parents got married. I was 10. He’s the only dad I’ve ever really know. To cut a long story short: By a certain age I was cut off in many ways. He took me off his health insurance, and taught me nothing about life. He charged me rent to live with him when I was a full-time student and added other charges. Because of that I had a hard time paying bills or making the rent. It got to the point where I couldn’t make the rent or charges he demanded and was kicked out on the streets. My grandparents took me in. They helped to teach me about life, put me on health insurance, took care of me, taught me to drive, balance a checkbook, etc. They continued to take on the role of guardian anytime I needed help or advice into my adult years. Anytime I asked my dad for help, I was told that I was on my own. It took may years for...
    Joe Prude, brother of Daniel Prude, right, and his son Armin, stand with a picture of Daniel Prude in Rochester, N.Y., on Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020. AP Photo/Ted Shaffrey Daniel Prude, 41, was visiting his brother Joe in Rochester in March when he experienced a mental health crisis.  When Daniel left the house unexpectedly, Joe called 911 to help find him. Officers found Joe naked in the street and put a "spit hood" over his head until he fell unconscious. He died seven days later. Joe Prude said in an NPR interview that he didn't call the police "to come help my brother die." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When Joe Prude called 911 on March 23, he was hoping that officers could get help for his brother, who had been struggling with mental health issues.  Police showed up and found Daniel stripped naked in the below-freezing streets of Rochester, New York. During their encounter, Daniel had complied with their orders to lie on the ground and put his hands behind his back, according to police...
    On the second night of the Democratic National Convention, Dr. Jill Biden delivered her keynote remarks about her husband, Joe Biden, and their vision for the future should he win the presidency. Standing in a classroom, Biden spoke about the impact of Covid on families and children. “As a mother and a grandmother, as an American, I am heartbroken by the magnitude of this loss-by the failure to protect our communities-by every precious and irreplaceable life gone. Like so many of you, I’m left asking: how do I keep my family safe?” she said. She then spoke of her own family’s hardships, and tragic losses. “After our son, Beau, died of cancer, I wondered if I would ever smile or feel joy again. It was summer but there was no warmth left for me,” she said. “Four days after Beau’s funeral, I watched Joe shave and put on his suit. I saw him steel himself in the mirror-take a breath-put his shoulders back-and walk out into a world empty of our son. He went back to work....
    "The Five" co-hosts Lawrence Jones and Juan Williams reacted Thursday to a Minneapolis memorial service to honor George Floyd, ten days after his death sparked nationwide protests. "You know, it was great witnessing the homegoing ceremony because it kind of put my spirit at peace," Jones said. "You know, there's been a lot of chaos with this because this has become a national, international story, and to see the family that was able to grieve and be respectful as well and say, you know, we want justice for our brother, our son ... but we also ... don't want our city to be destroyed as well. MINNEAPOLIS OFFICER FACES UPGRADED MURDER CHARGE IN GEORGE FLOYD DEATH, 3 OTHERS CHARGED "Typically when we have funerals or homegoing ceremonies, it's not public and [the Floyd family] have to do it publicly," Jones went on. "And we got to see his humanity, all the childhood stories." "But I'm glad that they have remained focused on the vision and that's justice for Floyd and other people that have similar experiences just like him," he concluded. Hundreds of mourners, including...
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