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I’ve been wasting far too much time this week trying to establish some Welsh bona fides.
Just remembering to say “Yaki da” from time to time and addressing Geoff as “Boyo” does not, I feel sure, entitle me to share in the euphoria over Wales’s progress – well, certainly progress compared with England’s pathetic effort – in the 2016 Euro football tournament. 536 more words
There was news of two Cranbourne men.
Drum-Major W. Herd, 1st Welsh Guards, has been home on leave from France.
Lance-Corporal A.R. Hatcher has been, with several comrades, blown out of the trenches, and is suffering from shock, but we are glad to hear he is recovering. 11 more words
My two youngest ones wanted good old British egg and soldiers I can’t deny them that, so I thought I would add couple of welsh guard egg cozies which were made by my sister in-law few years back, I have to say my six year old was a bit taken back and proceeded to tell me that was not egg and soldiers. 48 more words
As I think I must have said before, finding a new branch of my family always begins with a rush, and photographs, documents and stories pass between us in a flurry of excitement. 271 more words