Okay... when my daughter was very little my husband and I fell on some hard times and our family really came through for us. My sister in law gave us clothes several times a year that her daughter had outgrown or that she bought at some rich lady's yard sale. This kept our dd fully clothed all that time and in NICE stuff no less. I had so much stuff that my dd couldn't wear them all before growing out of them. So, they still looked like new.
This is where the me being peeved part comes in. Now that we are doing better, I gave the clothes to a friend who was "in need" and she friggin sold them! I have another friend who is now struggling severely who could really use them, and I can't help the one who really needs it. It's just that she acted like she NEEDED them and then used them to make money which will probably go for something stupid like cigarettes. And I can't say anything because I did GIVE them to her, but ugh!
Answer by Jademom07 at 4:29 PM on Sep. 20, 2010
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I would not like it but think maybe she felt embarrassed to ask for money so felt it was ok to sell the clothes.
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