Teresa’s sons, Thomas, and Walter, never bothered to visit or call their mother, leaving her lonely and isolated. To remedy this, she decided to take in a single mother and her daughter, Grace, and Katherine, as tenants in her house. As time passed, Teresa grew to consider Grace and Katherine her family and left them everything she owned in her will, except for one item reserved for her sons.
After Teresa passed away, Thomas and Walter showed up at the lawyer’s office to claim their share. They were surprised to see Grace and Katherine present, and Thomas questioned their presence, asking “Who are you?” with a frown.
The lawyer explained that Grace and Katherine had been renting part of their mother’s house for many years. The brothers were taken aback and had no idea that their mother had taken in tenants. Walter even scoffed, claiming that their mother never told them anything. Katherine muttered under her breath, reminding them that they never bothered to call their mother.
Teresa’s sons’ behavior was nothing new; they left home at the age of 18 and never looked back. When their father died years later, they cut ties with their mother, claiming to be too busy with their own families and affairs. However, Teresa longed for her sons’ company and just wanted them to visit once in a while or invite her over, but they never did.
Feeling lonely, Teresa decided to take in Grace and Katherine, who provided her with the love and companionship she craved. Despite living under the same roof, Teresa’s sons never bothered to ask about the new occupants. They didn’t even come to see their mother when she fell ill, and she died a few months later, without seeing her sons again.
In the end, Teresa left everything she had to Grace and Katherine, leaving her sons with only one item. Although her sons were shocked by her decision, they had only themselves to blame for their lack of interest in their mother’s life. Teresa’s decision to leave her estate to Grace and Katherine showed that family is not just about blood; it is also about the people who show you love and care when you need it the most.
Teresa had always hoped that her sons, Thomas and Walter, would visit her more often or at least invite her over to their homes. However, they never did, and she was left feeling lonely. To avoid being alone, she decided to take in a single mother and her daughter as tenants. Over time, Grace and Katherine became more than just tenants; they became Teresa’s real family. When Teresa passed away, she left everything she owned, except for one item, to Grace and Katherine. Her sons, who had barely acknowledged her in life, were shocked to discover this.
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She left them $1.00 each. Actually, she left them two items. She also left a letter. It’s on the second page of this article.
ummmm…what “one item” did she leave her sons?
What happened to the other half of the story?