Tag Archives: family

I’ll See Her Again

I always thought that when my abue died I was going to be beyond devastated. I used to think that I was never going to recover from her dead. Thanks to my faith, that wasn’t the case. Last year she … Continue reading

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I love my abue

My abue was the best. I miss her so much! I don’t think people can even comprehend this, at least no one in Canada. If I am a decent person, it is because of my abue and my mum’s  hard … Continue reading

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My Holy Thursdays When I Was a Kid

One of my happiest memories as a kid is Holy Thursday. It is afternoon, my mum is not home for some reason. I think she is at work. It doesn’t matter, I’m all ready to go. And here we go … Continue reading

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Like the Movie

Twitter just told me that today is National Dog Day, and while reading this I saw a picture from the Disney movie The Lady and the Tramp. My abue used to say how her love story with my Abi was … Continue reading

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What I know

I’ve been told you can play the guitar very beautifully, that you can play Silvio Rodriguez as well as some Paco de Lucia‘s flamenco, I wonder is you still play… I wonder if you know how much I enjoy Silvio … Continue reading

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Random abue’s knowledge

My abue is the best. She raised me and loved me very much. I will always be thankful for that. I’m fortunate enough that she is still alive, however, I’m not physically close to her anymore. She taught me how … Continue reading

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I’ve Always Had Him

One of my favourite parts of Le Misérables -1998’s film adaptation- is when Fantine is telling Jean Valjean that Cosette has no father. Jean Valjean so tenderly replies: The Lord will be her father.When I think about it I want … Continue reading

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