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October 14, 2012


Michelle Frisby

A fabulous challenge, that really shouldn't be a challenge at all, if that makes sense.

steph devlin

Beautiful post Trina. My dad has been a priest at a old people's home for as long as I can remember. I was brought up meeting and talking to the elderly on a regular basis and they are such beautiful jewels, and I was really touched reading your post. Thanks for the retrospection ensightful reading.


Hi Trina
Great challenge and I agree with Michelle & Steph but with busy lives sometimes the weeks just whizz by. I am lucky to live in the same town as my parents who prefer to be called 'Gold Carders' than elderly (in their 70s) so I do see them regularly and with a heritage interest soak up all the information they offer. This week it was all about printing technology as I acquired an old printers tray for a scrappy project. Amazing how newspapers used to be made - my Dad went through three types of technology in his 34 years in the industry.


Great post!!!
every holidays i spend time chatting with my neighbour!!! she's just had her hip done so this chat was me recommending her a place to buy walking shoes!!! lol

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