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Little Miss E

I got to hang out and photograph Little Miss E and her ʻOhana a few weekends ago.

Before we got underway, I kindly asked her, “how old are you?” And she happily responded: 172 more words



“We can have feminist icons, but the real heroines are just quietly doing what is needed.”  Osyth

The following post was written by Darlene Foster who writes at Darlenefoster.wordpress.com.   1,109 more words

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I am honoured to have my story about my inspiring great-grandmothers featured on Bernadette's blog. Some of you may have read it before but if you haven't, please pop over and have a read and leave a comment if you wish.

Great grandparents-4 generations of awesome

The other day the girls and I went to visit my Gramp. He will be 93 in Oct, was a tank driver in WWII and besides Alzheimer’s creeping in he’s in pretty good health. 165 more words


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the following writing prompt:

Outline the plot turns for the personal history of one of your most treasured objects.

Hmmmm.  Ok.  Here goes.

Before I moved countries, my grandmother gave me a compact.  333 more words

An Irish Blessing ☘️

This is my great, great-grandfather ( paternal side) John Doyle and great, great-grandmother Catherine O’ Day Doyle. John was born in Ireland in 1834, while Catherine was born in Vermont in 1844. 105 more words


International Women’s Day...

Brilliant, strong women! We all strive to be one! Our maternal Great-Grandmother was the youngest of sixteen children born to a tea house owner and his wife in Northeastern Hungary. 460 more words

One New Tooth

One New Tooth
Shining bright and clean
One Pug Nose
Smelling life, so keen

One Smiley Mouth
Returning lots of glee
Two Sparkly Eyes
Looking back at me… 125 more words