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My Throwback Thursday story...
Posted On 11/13/2019 23:09:06 by yourchoice
This may be a crazy idea but I decided to have a ‘Throwback Thursday’, also known as a TBT! My ‘throwback’ is what I remember of the first home that I lived in. Here is my story! My parents lived in a converted granary (a building that normally was used to store grain) on my grandparent’s farm when I was born. Understandably, I don’t remember it, but I do have photos of my parents standing at the doorway and holding me. There was no electricity, no running water… no nothing except... Read More



Long Time Ago
Posted On 08/15/2019 16:01:04 by Eileen

I thought you might like to read about  my experience of VE Day. It's many years ago now and I was a 6 year old child but it left a big impression on my young mind. As I had no memories of before the war WWII it was difficult to take it all in. I did not know what peace was. Everyone was so happy and hugged each other and smiled and laughed.I lived just outside a small town in Southern Lincolnshire, England. There were airfields all around us so we constantly heard th... Read More



How Things Have Changed In My Lifetime
Posted On 10/28/2018 22:51:08 by yourchoice
Recently, I was able to celebrate another birthday. I was amazed, grateful, and blessed with the many greetings and celebratory comments that I received, not only from family and longtime friends but from ‘cyber friends’ that I will never meet in person but have become precious friends, here on The Hill and on FB. When we keep adding candles on our birthday cake, we get far too comfortable in our ‘normal’ way of life. We’ve enjoyed independent living without the responsibilities of gro... Read More



Q - Quinces
Posted On 04/25/2018 20:27:50 by chillipepper
Q – Quince Whenever I think of the Q letter it reminds me of the one and only Quince tree that was growing quite near the home garden. Quince is a fall fruit that grows in a manner quite like apples and pears. Back when I was a youngster every home garden had one growing, much the same as the ‘Fig’ tree. But alas their popularity has faded away over the years.  I know only of one local family that still has a tree growing today … I was pleasantly surprised on my last trip to the Su... Read More



P -Parents
Posted On 04/02/2018 20:11:19 by chillipepper
P – Parents Sadly both of my parents have passed away now. My father was the first to go in 1970.  He died quite suddenly and peacefully at home whilst sitting on the front Verandah.  My dear mother died in 1982.  To this day I miss them both very much but strangely there are days when I not just visualise them but it is as though I can hear their voices although I realise it is only in my imagination.  I feel sure that many of you can relate to what I am saying.  M... Read More



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