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When Genealogy is Plain As the Nose on Your Face

I engage in genealogical pursuits. Now I have little money. I must confine myself to online searches. I have many resources, nonetheless. For years, I pursued one Mary Wallace, buried in Gloucester, Camden County, New Jersey. She lies under the same stone
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Posted by on June 2, 2017


Finally we moved out. A new life, a new start. Out of the city country life , fresh air and quality food straight from our own garden. With our new house we are still in construction but we are happy. Working hard was never a problem for me. All the cleani
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Posted by on May 4, 2017

Birthday party celebration!

It is April 7 and I’m thinking about my son Chris, as it’s his birthday and he will be turning 24 years old today! This morning we spent approximately 10 minutes doing a Meditation session and it was a good and relaxing way to start the da
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Posted by on April 6, 2017

Father with two dead daughters in his arms.

On purpose, yesterday I refused to watch the ABC and SBS news on television, as they were mentioning having bombed Syria with chemical weapons and they were including many graphic images of doctors at work with adult and young victims, which is what I was
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Posted by on April 5, 2017

Mother moves to new flat in just one hour!

I published an article yesterday, where I mention about my mother moving out of the old people’s home where she was living to a new flat we had found for her. We rented a truck with two people, who would load all her belongings and take them to the n
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Posted by on March 28, 2017

Mother moves from old people's home

My mother was not very happy in the old people's home where she was staying, so I think she will be happier in the new flat she has found. It is close to the river and some parks with old trees. It is also close to shops and she could also take a bus
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Posted by on March 27, 2017

Parents who regret having children

I was reading the news on my phone to pass a bit of time while I waited on the washing machine finishing it's final spin when I came across this article about parents (although it is mostly mothers in the article) who regret having children. As someone wh
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Posted by on February 11, 2017

What Makes Retiring Wonderful

The following will remind you what makes retiring wonderful after many years spent working. Now that you have more time and don't have to return to work, a lot of things become a lot more enjoyable. Vacation Time Whether you fancy a road trip or a c
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Posted by on January 4, 2017

Chaos, mayhem and madness!

SO THAT'S ANOTHER one over then. Another family Christmas of presents galore and happy times watching grandchildren tearing into an absolute mound of gifts mostly from Santa with the odd one or two from named relatives and, of course, a selection of specia
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Posted by on December 26, 2016

A Story Of The Unopened Christmas Present

Amanda The room was quiet. Only the early morning sun hit just lightly on the old floor where once stood a Christmas tree. Amanda was a widow. She had worked most of her life raising two sons by a man who was an identical twin to his other brother. That
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Posted by on December 22, 2016