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Why You Should Never Be Rude at an Estate Sale

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I’ve had several house sales throughout my 60 years. Many have been after the death of a beloved family member. It’s hard to sort through the belongings of your loved one, decide what to keep and want to donate, give away or sell.

You cry, you remember, you grieve. Your mother’s favorite tea cup, your father’s golf clubs, your grandma’s needlepoint and your granddad’s lead pencil set.

The handkerchiefs still new in the box, grandpa was saving when his current ones wore out. The depression era, you know, waste not, want not — $2.

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