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Tale Weaver #149 – 7th December – Grandparents – Cyril Rum’s Observations of Grandparents.

If there was one thing that fascinated Cyril Rum, Angel on sabbatical, it was the human concept of grandparents. He was intrigued that humans didn’t give up on each generation but rather attached themselves to the generations their respective children … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt – broken #writephoto

Granny’s arm slipped into mine as we neared the old ruin. Every time I visited she insisted we go for a walk and every time we came down near the old ruin. We did I learned as the ruin was … Continue reading

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FFfAW Challenge – Week of August 23, 2016 – Grandad’s Fob Watch

Photo: The Storytellers Abode – Thanks Louise. Whenever I visited Grandma’s house I had to negotiate the front garden with its thick entanglement of plants and weeds forever growing across the pathway. To one side was the fishpond. At the … Continue reading

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Tale Weaver #75 July 7th – Bedtime Stories for Grandparents

The old lady carefully helped her aging husband into bed. He was getting more and more frail as the days past. She hated what age and time was doing to him but for her it was always a labor of … Continue reading

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2016 April PAD Challenge: Day 12 – Seriously Silly

For today’s prompt, take on one (or both) of the following prompts: Write a serious poem. Or… Write a silly poem.   Seriously? Are you for real? That is just plain silly.   My Grandma was a serious woman She … Continue reading

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Mondays Finish the Story – October 27th, 2014

Here is today’s image and the first sentence we were given and asked to complete the story. Little did we know that Grandpa was a collector. Hoarding was what Grandma called it. So long as he kept it out of … Continue reading

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