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What lessons have you learned from your grandmothers’ life experiences?

Today is the Anniversary of when she passed away in 2005. I miss her each and every day, and there isn’t a day that passes where she doesn’t come into my thoughts. To be honest i don’t know how to answer this one. I adored my grandmother, she is for me apart from my Late Mum, my Hero. I have written many letters to her since she passed away, and will probably over time write more to her.  


My cousin recently asked me if i had any writing of hers and it took some time but i found this from my 21st birthday. You don’t realise until someone is gone how special little things like there writing was. 

The last time i lived in Melbourne was with her when i was a Teenager, so going to live there again as an adult, married with a daughter of my own is going to be very strange.  especially since Angel is the same age as i was. Living in Tasmania i have been able to see the two homes that they lived in here, and some of the places that she may have gone. 

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