I was born in a small country hamlet called Woodend
I married Norman, a Green Beret Commando, and lived
an army life for the next 12 years.
This life meant that we lived in many countries
We met people of many different nationalities and
faiths. Wherever we went we were met with kindness and friendliness by the
local people. The friendly
atmosphere of mutual tolerance and respect made a lasting impression on me.
During this time we had 3 beautiful daughters and I
now have 5 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.
After the untimely death of my first husband, Norman,
I eventually married
Austin and settled in Radcliffe where I
have lived for the last 43 years.
I started coming to
Church where I found friendship
and a renewed purpose in life after being widowed a second time. I enjoy the
Sunday services and taking part in all the activities of the church. I’ve
taken part in a number of the seminar groups and I’m told I’ve entertained
the younger members with tales of ‘how we used to live’. They now know, if
they didn’t know before, that fun didn’t begin in the 1960s! We shared a lot
of laughter as well as thoughts about our beliefs and values.
I enjoy my garden and am lucky to have a reliable and
talented gardener to help me to keep on top of it.
I love watching tennis and have been glued to the TV
I also love reading and particularly enjoy historical
says, “ Come and meet us sometime. I
guarantee you a very warm welcome!”
FAITH WORTH THINKING ABOUT
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