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#52 Stories / What did you enjoy doing with your father when you were a child?

What did you enjoy doing with your father when you were a child?

I can’t remember doing a lot with him, he did a lot more with my brother because they had more common interests.

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#52 Stories / What lessons have you learned from your grandmothers’ life experiences?

What lessons have you learned from your grandmothers’ life experiences?

Today is the Anniversary of when she passed away in 2005. I miss her each and every day, and there isn’t a day that passes where she doesn’t come into my thoughts. 

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#52 Stories / What decisions have you made that have had a long-lasting positive effect on your life?

What decisions have you made that have had a long-lasting positive effect on your life?

I guess the biggest one would have been when i met jack, and then moved in with him two weeks later, then after living together for 4 months we eloped.

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#52 Stories / What are your memories of school lunch?

What are your memories of school lunch?

I was at school in the 80’s. From what i recall they where very basic. Sandwich (which i probably didn’t eat), fruit and a drink.

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#52 Stories / What are the most memorable and treasured gifts you have received in your life?

What are the most memorable and treasured gifts you have received in your life?

As we commence sorting and cleaning the house up for the move i am coming across many treasures.

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My Great Grandma Nellie (a 52 story)

I was blessed to know my Great Grandma Nellie for all of my childhood. She even met my firstborn before she passed away at the age of 97. 754 more words

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#52 Stories / What are some of the stories you loved hearing from your father’s youth?

What are some of the stories you loved hearing from your father’s youth?

My dad was a larrikin from way back. As you can see from the photos he was always the one with a cheeky grin and a sparkle in his eyes.

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