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Well said Elizabeth, bless them all.Thank-you so much for the visit too.Huge hugs x x x x
Yes, very well said. Thanks for the confidence boosting comments. have a good weekCassidy xxx
Thank you, Elizabeth. I was so pleased to see my poppy tribute on your post. Our family was incredibly lucky in WW2. Grandma had three sons, one in the Army, one in the Air Force, and one in the Navy, and all three returned safe and sound. One of their cousins, however was not so lucky, and was killed by the side of the road in one of the Coventry air raids. By the way, if you cannot find that form, just contact me and I will download it and email it to you. Thanks for your encouraging comment of my charcoal card. see you later on WOYWW this week. xx Maggie
A lovely tribute to the fallen, Elizabeth. I hope you liked mine, too. I think of my grandfather every year at this time, as he narrowly escaped losing a leg whilst fighting in the trenches of WW1.Thank you for your visit, and I'm so glad you enjoyed my mini-Shoshi pictures, and the memories they stirred of smocked dresses! So sad that your parents divorced, and also that you have few photos as a result. The knock-on effect is significant. I do hope you manage to find some, and I am sure you will make some lovely layouts with them!Love your two Christmas stocking fillers. Beautifully done. Poinsettias are so lovely, aren't they!Happy very belated WOYWW,Shoshi #28
Hi, many thanks for taking the time to visit today. Your comments are important to me and always appreciated so please don't stop. However, a note to anonymous, of necessity I have had to block you - this is due to a spam overload. Elizabeth