Monthly Archives: January 2017

Great Uncle Alexander Keay

What a surprise I got when, during our gym ladies Christmas lunch in November last year, November 11th to be precise, I received a cellphone call from my UK cousin Peter,  who was at that very moment awaiting the start of the ceremony … Continue reading

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Cosmos

No story behind the photograph .. .. just a cosmos flower captured in the late afternoon  .. …

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” Hardy and Lily are my best friends “

“”I am sad 😦 My two best friends in the whole wide world have gone home.  Their mom and dad came back yesterday from a weekend away and took them back to their house Hardy is always running around the house and barks … Continue reading

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My garden, my back and me

Glorious rain on Friday afternoon, 20mm to be exact, left the garden damp and easy to work yesterday.  It was rather hot in the latter part of the morning but I kept to the shady spots to plant plugs of … Continue reading

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Connor’s sunflowers

A few of years ago, my grandson Connor planted tall sunflowers which were … tall!!    .. and he was thrilled !    He has green fingers .. whatever he plants, always grows ! I thought it would be fun for him to … Continue reading

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It seems I can create blog posts my usual way .. yay!

As I said I don’t do change very well – in regard to the ‘workings’ of momsmeanderings.  I have discovered how to get back to my old settings and ‘workings’ (for want of a better word in the land of … Continue reading

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Another milestone for Connor

Being a full-time-hands-on granny, I have witnessed most of our grandsons milestones. Today I watched Connor walk the ‘short walk’, (as I did when Bradley advanced to Grade 4)   a tradition held at the school for 20 or so years, whereby, when … Continue reading

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