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A tribute to my mother in law...

I think it is true that in a sense, when you make the decision to immigrate, you are not only saying goodbye until the time you may see your loved ones again. 1,221 more words

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You are loved

Christy Utterback, 47, is a retired social worker from Clarkville, Arkansas and currently holds the county title of Mrs Peach; smiling with her grandfather who began his life in Kankakee, Il. 732 more words

#RefugeeWeek2018 Blog Tour: Review of Apple Cake and Baklava by Kathrin Rohmann, English Translation by Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp and Illustrations by Franziska Harvey

“An open door is like an open heart” – Granny Gertrud (p. 58).

To celebrate the UK’s #RefugeeWeek2018, I was invited to read Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp’s recent English translation of Kathrin Rohmann’s middle grade German novel  1,089 more words

Reviews

How to cook some goofy grub part 1

This series of articles came from the Boys’ Life online magazine article called “How to Cook Some Goofy Grub — just the ticket for some wacky outdoor summertime activity with your grandchildren!  714 more words

Grandmothers

Where are the lightning bugs?

As I sit on the back yard deck during a warm evening, the true meaning of summer in June are the gently moving lights in mid-air.  513 more words

Grandmothers - Multicultural Museums

Victoria’s Inaugural Joint Exhibition

Featuring stories of grandmothers from across Melbourne, Multicultural Museums Victoria presents its inaugural joint project – Grandmothers. Through five extraordinary exhibitions and accompanying events, join Multicultural Museums Victoria in celebrating the accomplishments, wisdom and the central role of the grandmother in Chinese, Italian, Greek, Muslim and Jewish communities. 43 more words

Melbourne

Chance Encounter

An elderly woman walked by.
I said hello; she stopped,
one hand on her cane,
the other on the rail.
“I fell four months ago,” 50 more words

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