A quilting journey that detours for other activities that captivate and inspire.
So happy for you that you have time with your granddaughter. I know just what you mean about filling up on your time with her. We have 3 grandsons that live in England and we are in MN. We just spent time with them over Thanksgiving. Never get too much of them when you only spend a few days a year with them.
Thank you! So you really understand how I feel this week with her here! Are your kids living permanently in England?
Yes for now. Our daughter is married to a British man who serves in the Royal Navy. At this time they plan to move to the states when he finishes his Navy time. She has lived in England for 13 years. Maybe another 2 years that they will be there. It has been especially hard since they had children - their oldest is 5 1/2.Hugs to you - one mother/grandma to another :)Anne
Anne, I've cried all day........I got so attached to her. They were here at our house about 10 days, and that is the most I've ever spent with her, except last year at this time when I visited them in Scotland. So hard!
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