Don't forget you still have time to spread the love ...
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We sent Valentine cards to our grandsons when they were small, now it’s the turn of our granddaughters, only this year we sent books as well. It’s very easy to spread the joy of reading. A book left in a waiting room, a surprise in the post. It doesn’t take much. My Godmother never failed to send a book on my birthday and at Christmas, some were way beyond my reading ability but if anything it encouraged me to try harder. My dad also loved books and he and I enjoyed nothing more than browsing second-hand bookshops. Now it’s my turn to spread the love.
Speaking of love and grandchildren it must be time for an update. Our granddaughter Zoe was six in January and is already into her second school year. Her little sister Lilly doesn't start school until January 2018, but in the meantime she is loving kindergarten. As most of you know our son, daughter-in-law, and two little granddaughters live in Australia, while our two grandsons are in England. I recently shared some photographs of our grandsons, and today I'm sharing a few of our granddaughters. I hope you enjoy them.
Zoe Christmas Day 2016
and on her 6th birthday in January 2017 – can you spot the difference?
Lilly at the beach January 2017
and at kindergarten a few days later.
In case you are wondering this is how her painting turned out.
I’m sure you can guess what it is but to give you a hint the small purple spots are snow, and the larger one is a present.
Always remember there is enough love in each of our hearts to heal the world.