In my little world
Claudia's story is about her early years growing up in Devon in the early 1960s, imaginary gardens and digging for pieces of china.
I agree - it's the tiny things that bring back childhood memories. For me it's buttons and I also remember the broken pottery. We called it 'boody' in the North East.
Hello Pete we are glad you are in Windsor now and doing better at the hpiostal . Your family and your girlfriend have been with you thru it all and that is the best you can ask for. Greg is good brother to stand with you and support you the wat he has.My family is going thru the same thing with my Sister Cathy's youngest son Bradley who at 20 on Thanksgivihng Day 2010 had a motocross bike accident in Milton. It has left him paralyed from the breasts down and after his hpiostal time of 6 months in Hamilton he has returned home and with the theaphy he does has some movement and touch with hts feet. He is back to work now in Milton with my sister in law and doing pretty good. Bradley has his own truck with hand controls now and is getting to move around really good. I took him hunting for wild turkeys in South Caralina this April and also at home. He too has a strong family who love him a lot and give him hope for his drive to walk again and he will do it. over the years you and Greg have had a lot to deal with and both of you have had to fight together and i know how hard that was watching you guys grow up. Big Arn died Dec 9 -2011 of Dementia and also my Sister Janice Dec 5 2010 from Cancer and thru all of this the Arnolds are still strong and supporting our family and that whatb good families do just like yours .Me and Anita will try to get down to Windsor to visit, so keep trying and as old Bobby Collins used to say give me all your heart and desire you can do it.
What's it take to become a sublime exopudenr of prose like yourself?
This info is the cat's pajmaas!