on family finances
TT:  Okay. Kind of a, who handles the finances for the family, the checkbooks, pays the bills, that kind of stuff?
PR:  He does.
TT:  Okay.
PR:  Usually.
TT:  John takes care of all that kind of stuff?
PR:  Well, I have a checkbook that I write, you know, my kind of, the personal things, you know, like, whatever, housekeepers or household kind of stuff, you know, but, he usually does (inaudible).
TT:  And that’s, particularly what your talking about, that’s, those kind of personal . . .
PR:  You know like laundry . . .
TT:  . . .housekeeping stuff.
PR:  . . .and you know.
TT:  Is that the checkbook you wrote the check to Linda Hoffman out of?
PR:  Uh huh.
TT:  Okay. And that’s uh, she was going to borrow $2,000 is that right?
PR:  Right.
TT:  On uh, the, on Friday the 26th? That’s when she was due back in the house. Christmas was Wednesday.
PR:  Right. Oh yeah, I think that’s right, yeah.
TT:  Okay. Do you remember if you ever wrote her a check for that $2,000, because I know she talked about it.
PR:  Right. I don’t think I did, because I think, I was thinking about that as I walked down the stairs that morning, that I, oh, I’ve got to remember to leave that check.
TT:  Okay.
PR:  And then everything broke loose.
TT:  Okay. She never picked it up or anything. She never stopped by later and got the $2,000.
PR:  I don’t (paper rustling causes Patsy’s voice to be inaudible) left that day so I don’t know what happened.
TT:  Okay.
PR:  I mean I didn’t write the check, so.
TT:  Okay.
PR:  (Inaudible)
??:  (Inaudible) on the break.

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