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Alex reminded me that the boys moved into their flat two years ago today. Since then dad has died I’ve had a few operations including a Pacemaker fitted Karen turned 60 We celebrated 35 years of marriage I completed a … Continue reading
We all like photos as mementos don’t we? When Alex and Ruhie visited for the weekend I took a typical couple of shots of them with Karen. The first emphasises them rather than the place We then turned around and … Continue reading
A colleague of mine – Rhiannon Evans – is running an event in May that’s about birthdays. Anyone can join in – see here – and the brief is wide: A playful exploration of birthdays: real and imagined, near and … Continue reading
February 1st: my 59th Birthday; February 4th: our 35th Wedding Anniversary; February 7th: Alex’s 27th Birthday. Celebrations were all rolled into one.
The extended family get together a couple of times a year usually. Here is one from yesterday. And here is one taken in the same room 25 years ago. The children are now adults – some with their own kids; … Continue reading
How many birthday celebrations can one person have? Happy new year to all.