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G.T. Wilkins class

I lost a post #*@

That is the first time that has happened in writting over 4000 posts.  And I spent so much time on it and I don't know just what I did with all the images.  Hell!!!

I thought writting it in bold might help, but it didn't I am still mad at myself.  But I have to admit I was surprised to see I had written so many posts.  The years just fly by.  Looking back at my first couple of posts, I found a spelling mistake,( which I have corrected ) and I also found a photo of dear friends who are still dear friends, Pam Holland and Di Murphy (who was Di Mill back then).  Since that time my hair has turned white and we are all thinner, who would have thought that would happen?

Screen Shot 2020-07-27 at 9.41.39 amIt was these ladies who introduced me to blogging and cared for me and gave me such great friendship, fun times together and love over the years.

Recognising that makes that lost post seem insignificant.


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What lovely memories, is that the old Park House cafe ?

Just saw something called Craftpod from UK. Beautiful needlework projects in kit form..

Queenie Patch

It is so frustrating when that happens!


Oh, how frustrating - but what a record to look back on!

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