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The Mischevious Elephant Edition

Grandad drove a cattletruck for a living and whilst most days it contained cattle, destined for the market or the chop. He Occasionally got some more interesting passengers. 464 more words


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A chip off the old, old block!

Tom, Kelsie and Cooper are coming to visit us this weekend. We can’t wait to see them. Tom has a great garden, but it looks like he broke rule number 1: don’t let the zucchinis’ get away from you.

The Exploding Grandma Edition!!!

Its Tyla’s turn tonight,

And I thought that I would tell a story and a couple of life lessons I have learned during this. My grandma and granddad have been married for 56 years now and are still going strong ( I think ?) but that does not mean that they haven’t had their share of bumps along the journey of life, for instance, my granddad ( as much as I love him ) can be a really grumpy, annoying, frustrating… old man, but I don’t know whether it’s the whisky or the ageing, with being a grumpy, annoying, frustrating old man he drives my grandma insane and on the verge of exploding, but one night she lost the plot, she actually exploded. 440 more words


My Grandma

My Grandma passed away peacefully in her sleep on August 9th at the age of 94. I had the great honour of writing this eulogy, which was read at her funeral today.  909 more words

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Superior Parental Rights Retained after Temporary Change of Custody in Clarksville, TN: Bryan v. Miller

Facts: Mother was designated the primary residential parent of Child when she and Father divorced.

Years later, Father obtained emergency temporary custody because Mother was homeless and suffering from mental health issues. 622 more words

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Dear Grandma ...

So Today it’s Jess’s turn. And if I am being honest I don’t really feel like writing an anecdote today.

In a bid to try and learn more about our grandparents I found 20 Questions to ask them and so we started with Grandma.   437 more words


I Think I Will, Eventually, Forget

I think about what will happen to my paternal grandparents’ house when they die. I always hated that house, not them, not the experiences that I had in it. 409 more words