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What is the first thing you did with your salary?

There are plenty of other answers.Here is mine in brief.Date: Sept 1974Place: Bokaro Steel plant.My designation: Graduate Engineer Trainee at MECON Ltd.Salary : amount Rs 550/- basic, plus Rs 110/- DA, plus Rs 32/- HRATotal salary Rs 692/- per month.What I did: Opened a new account in the bank. Got the first cheque book in my life issued. Went straight to the post office. Wrote my first cheque payable to my mother for Rs 100/-with my heart beating fast and furious, as I put my signature on it, and sent it by post without any covering letter to surprise her.I was unmarried then.I saw that cheque again in 2006. It was still not encashed. My mother had just died and the funerals and post funeral ceremonies had just been completed. I was clearing out her old papers and I found this cheque. She was so proud of me that she valued that cheque more than the money. Till then I never realised that the cheque had not been encashed but thought that the cheque had been lost during transit since there was no debit entry in my pass book even after several weeks. My mother never told me about the receipt of the cheque and what she had done with it.—

What is the most hurtful thing your family said to you?

I cared for my parents in my home for two and a half years before they passed. My Mom went first, my husband next, my Dad last. I provided most of the care needed..bathing, feeding, turning, laundry, cooking, etc. After my Dad's funeral, my brother accused me of not providing enough care, of stealing from them and essentially killing them. There was an investigation by Adult Protective Care that involved copies of grocery receipts, medication receipts, accounting for medications provided by hospice, statements from hospice nurses and CNAs. In the end, because of hospice I was fully cleared of any wrongdoing. There were two lessons learned…one, Hospice, at least the one we had, was a wonderful organization. They made a huge difference in end of life care, not only for my loved ones but also for myself. Second, and a very painful lesson, it's so easy to be critical of caregivers. Until you are in the trenches, giving 24 hour care, you have nothing to say. I spoon-fed, changed diapers, changed bedding, everything. Hospice did as much as I did. My brother sent me an email saying I stole everything my parents had and there's a special place in Hell for me because I wouldn't put them in a sterile nursing home. I know grief makes people do & say cruel things, but it's been twelve years…my two youngest brothers have banded together. Not one offered to help even once in those two and a half years, even when I begged for a break from home nursing, but woe to me when my parents died and didn't leave them anything in their will. They have no contact with me.Wow!! 938 upvotes! Thank you!

What was the most expensive thing you ever got for free, because someone made a mistake and didn't charge you?

Unbelievably, it was my mother in law’s funeral.It was a very simple funeral. She was living her last years, by her own choice, at a retirement home. The place had facilities such as a chapel and a mortuary room, so that the funeral company only provided the coffin, the flowers, the cremation and the care for some bureaucratic stuff.The day before funeral and cremation, I went to their office with my wife to sign some papers and chose the cinerary urn. I also asked for a cost estimate and payment instructions. They told me an amount (that I found fair) and added that all the payment instructions would be sent in due time together with the invoice that would include a detailed breakdown of costs.Time lapsed (weeks and months!) and we almost forgot about this payment. The funeral company had our address and phone numbers, so we didn’t bother to think of it anymore. After all, they said they were going to send the bill and the instructions. It was not our problem if they were delaying.About four months after the funeral we received a registered letter from a lawyer firm that asked us to immediately pay the due amount (the same amount that was given as estimate months before), or face legal consequences. No invoice or payment instructions were enclosed.I kindly answered by registered mail with return receipt that we had always been ready to pay, only we never received an invoice and the instructions for payment. I added that the letter proved that our address was available to the funeral company. Just in case they lost our phone numbers, our home landline was publicly available on telephone directories, but we never received a call. In any case, I added the number and both our mobile numbers (that they had already received at the time of the funeral) and invited either the lawyer firm or their client to contact us for an amicable agreement. A couple of days later I received the return receipt.The funeral firm is still in business, but we never heard from them or their lawyer again!

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