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Posted By: reh321, 08-17-2018, 05:48 AM

Grand-mother and Grand-daughter reading together

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Sweet moment is right. Our Grand-daughter (just turned 13) has got so much from her tome with both her Grand-mothers. Not just reading but sewing, knitting, cooking etc. They do all kinds of things together. It is good to have a record of these things.
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Sweet moment is right. Our Grand-daughter (just turned 13) has got so much from her tome with both her Grand-mothers. Not just reading but sewing, knitting, cooking etc. They do all kinds of things together. It is good to have a record of these things.
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Yes, it is good. If you hadn't guessed this already, this is one of the few photos from my "personal" collection that I have posted here - it has my mother and my older daughter twenty-some years ago. It was one of the photos in a collection I put together for my mother's memorial service this year to show what kind of person she was.
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That is a wonderful image reh. Thanks for showing us.

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QuoteOriginally posted by reh321 Quote
Thank you for your comments.

Yes, it is good. If you hadn't guessed this already, this is one of the few photos from my "personal" collection that I have posted here - it has my mother and my older daughter twenty-some years ago. It was one of the photos in a collection I put together for my mother's memorial service this year to show what kind of person she was.
I knew it had to be film. Nice scene. Very heartwarming.

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I knew it had to be film. Nice scene. Very heartwarming.
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