Dear Nobody

Grandad ... " I began , but he lifted his hand away and without looking at me followed Robbie into the kitchen . I couldn't make myself follow him .

Author: Berlie Doherty

Publisher: Ernst Klett Sprachen

ISBN: 9783125781351

Category: Interpersonal relations

Page: 145

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Chris en Helen zijn verliefd; hun leven verandert volkomen als Helen zwanger blijkt te zijn.

Dear Granddaughter

We have got a covering of snow this morning & it does look wintry, dear. Grandad is keeping well & I am doing fine. The Dr has finished calling but told me ...

Author: Kate Beaulieu


ISBN: 1300867566



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Lynn s Acting Edition

Because you are crying , and Grandad , when he speaks of me , he always cries ... as she keeps on a prattlin - my little Emmer left me dear , acause she was ...

Author: Neville Lynn





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Dear Grandad from You to Me

What is the best Christmas or birthday gift you have ever received and given? This book is a perfect gift for your Grandad (ideal for father's Day, birthday giving, Christmas e.t.c ). What a beautiful keepsake this is!

Author: Brightax




Page: 104

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Give Your Grandad the Gift of Love, Memories and Legacy. Grandad, From You To Me is the perfect keepsake for him to share his life story while also creating a cherished legacy. This guided journal will help him to share his Lifetime stories From childhood, teenage life, School Life, Adulthood And Grandparenting. This will be his tale of triumphs and challenges. Sample questions include; What do you appreciate most about your parents? How did you celebrate Thanksgiving in your family? How would people who knew you in high school describe you? Who was your best friend in high school? What is the best Christmas or birthday gift you have ever received and given? This book is a perfect gift for your Grandad (ideal for father's Day, birthday giving, Christmas e.t.c ). What a beautiful keepsake this is!

Recollections of Bombardier Ralph Timothy

Iwill miss you more than you know go to sleep, dear grandad your memory will linger on we'll remember you with fondness & smile at times gone by stay close, ...

Author: Tracy Timothy

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1496983300

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 58

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At this perfect time in history of war, anniversaries and remembrances of the many brave soldiers who fought for their country in our world wars. It is with great pride that I bring to the public’s attention, one such story! This biography written in 1995 taped & transcribed & left in a drawer until now. In his very own words The Recollections of Ralph Timothy, Grandad, to me. The story begins in May 1940. When he joined the Royal Artillery. His family life & tales of his life, in the lead up to war. His experiences, his capture by the Japanese & held as a prisoner of war in various Hell Holes in Java for 3 Years. Leaving behind his Wife & 2 son’s. Enclosed are his hand written post-cards sent home in his very long capture, so brief but so reassuring. His tales of death, disease, torture, survival comradeship and strength. His courage against all odds! His sheer determination to survive. The horrors he endured, what he achieved. The hunger, loss of comrades & fellow friend’s. His faith & the love for his family. His freedom. What is even more amazing, is he lived to be 94 years old. He was married to my Nan Madge for 61 years when she passed away in January 1997, his two sons. John my Dad & Ralph Jnr who are both now sadly deceased. Ralph Jnr passed away in January 2010 & Dad in November 2011. Grandad left behind 4 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren & 1 great great grandson (My grandson). So as a Tribute to my Grandad, Dad & Uncle Ralph, your legacy will be told & admired & the respect that you deserve given. It’s been a privilege to have been your grand-Daughter. Thanks for giving me the best Dad in the world! I know this is what you would all have wanted. My Final Tribute. To a very amazing Man. My Hero... Grandad

Beyond Here Lies Nothing

He had gotten my dear, sweet, far-too-helpful grandad to help clean up his mess. What an arsehole. Grandad, sensing my rage, tried to console me.

Author: CJ Duggan

Publisher: CJ Duggan

ISBN: 131145490X

Category: Fiction

Page: 266

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When a big-city agent wants to rent the abandoned chapel on the Bowens’ property for an obscene amount of money, it seems like a deal of a lifetime . . . there’s just one small catch. Nathaniel Black. Disgraced, broken-down, whisky-swilling rock god Nathaniel Black is set to make a comeback, or at least that’s what his long-suffering agent is hoping. Nathaniel’s last chance for salvation is to lock himself away from the temptations of his wicked life. With no women, no booze, and no drugs. Only the music. The one thing he didn’t count on was forming a complex, life-changing bond with a reclusive, talented songbird, Sadie Bowen. Twenty three-year-old Sadie has all of Nathaniel’s cassette tapes under her bed and his tattered poster lining the inside of her wardrobe door. And now he’s here, in her backyard, eating her food and sharing her bathroom—a dream come true, right? Until Sadie realises her teenage idol is the most infuriating, arrogant man-child she has ever met. Will seclusion lead to destruction? Or will Sadie finally get a chance to learn who the real man is behind the music? One thing is clear: despite every voice inside her head telling her to stay away, she can’t. She can’t help it, can’t fight it. Nathaniel Black is about to become her favourite mistake.

Giving Life A Go

My dear Grandad Bob was with us almost every day . He had missed me but was so happy I could walk , there were tears in his eyes .

Author: Ann Whitaker

Publisher: Mediaworld PR Ltd

ISBN: 9781904502470

Category: People with disabilities

Page: 208

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My name is Ann Whitaker. I was born in December 1964 and diagnosed Cerebral Palsy, 'Athetoid'. This meant that my body was rigid and all my movements jerky and uncontrollable. The paediatrician told my parent 'Put her in a home - she will be a cabbage. Forget about her, she will never walk or talk.'

The Matchbox Dragon

She smiled and said, “Yes of course my dear.” Grandad in the meantime on the other side of the cavern was deep in conversation with Dolphim, ...

Author: A.J. Webb

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781467016551

Category: Fiction

Page: 140

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You are not a newt are you? Ive not seen one with wings before said Alex. The little creature opened one of his wings and blew over it trying to disperse some of the droplets of water remaining on its greeny black finely scaled skin. This first encounter was the start of a magical adventure that by pure chance happened to just an ordinary boy and his family.

Psychological Adaptive Mechanisms

Dear Grandad Konstantin Makarich,” he wrote. “I am writing a letter to you. I send you Christmas greetings and hope God will send you his blessings.

Author: Thomas P. Beresford

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199794499

Category: Medical

Page: 319

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This book provides a clinical tool for recognizing, and understanding, human adaptive responses to stress and the anxiety it causes. For use in the here-and-now, the recognition algorithm systematically delineates the observable hierarchy of psychological adaptive mechanisms, known in psychoanalytic theory as ego defenses, established in previous longitudinal research. Based in a theoretical model, it teaches practical, systematic recognition of these mechanisms which are not only helpful to know when seeing a patient but also when observing human behavior in everyday life.

Dear Grandad from You to Me

GRANDFATHER'S JOURNALThis guided journal contains of thought provoking and detail driven prompts .

Author: Msiska Mercy Publishing




Page: 101

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GRANDFATHER'S JOURNALThis guided journal contains of thought provoking and detail driven prompts . It is the perfect and inexpensive minimalist journal to know about your Grandfather's history. Get yourself this amazing journal gift now Sample Questions; What was the first concert you went to? How much did it cost? What is the funniest thing you ever remember saying, as a small child? Which sibling were you the closest with? Did your first childhood home have a telephone? What were family meals like, in your household? What kind of games did you play as a child? What kind of trees or flowers grew on your property? How often did your family or your next door neighbors visit with each other? what was your usual style of haircut, when you were little? How would you dress, as a child? Who taught you how to drive a car? What make and model was the car you learned to drive with?

Summer with Horses White Cloud Station

'First, my dear,' Grandad interrupted, 'a toast!' He stood up and lifted his wine glass.'To friends old andnew. Tothe horseswe are privilegedto haveinour ...

Author: Trudy Nicholson

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 1742288863

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 132

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Book two in the series. Suzy, Alexa and Lucy are spending a wonderful summer at the beach with their very own, White Cloud horses. Through a lucky escape the girls meet a new hero and Suzy gets the chance to return to White Cloud Station. Pretty soon she is thrust into the busy world of a working station, but only in her wildest dreams could she imagine what excitement the end of summer would bring.

After All These Years

God bless your soul, old Dannal Butler, me dear Grandad, your granddaughter and many like her is here shouting out loud and clear: 'We are Romani Gypsies ...

Author: Maggie Smith-Bendell

Publisher: Univ of Hertfordshire Press

ISBN: 1907396985

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 224

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Set in the context of the Gypsies' long and rich history, this autobiography secures the memories of the old ways of Gypsy life and culture at the dawn of the 21st century. Full of the author's vivid recollections, these pages recount her experiences growing up as a Gypsy in rural England. At the heart of her story is her "gorgie mush," Terry, whom she married despite her family's strong disapproval that he wasn't a Gypsy. Together they embraced one another's ways of life, bringing up their children to love the best of both worlds. This tale of one family's unique way of life takes readers on a journey that constantly travels between various places and cultures.

Dear Grandad

A simple premium blank lined journal to remember your loved one. 6x9 inches (approximate A5 size), a good portable size to carry in your purse or bag.

Author: Love and Loss Publishing


ISBN: 9781082022784


Page: 106

View: 287

A simple premium blank lined journal to remember your loved one. 6x9 inches (approximate A5 size), a good portable size to carry in your purse or bag.

Grandfather Whitehead etc

Oh , God ! my child , my dear chila :-( Kisses the boy ) Edw . What is the matter , grandad ? Whi . Nothing , nothing .– ( Gets the chair . ) ...

Author: Mark Lemon




Page: 12

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The Doll

Dear Grandad,” little Michael wrote, “I made up this charade: my first is part of the body, my second you put on, and my whole is a garment.

Author: Boleslaw Prus

Publisher: New York Review of Books

ISBN: 159017397X

Category: Fiction

Page: 704

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Boleslaw Prus is often compared to Chekhov, and Prus’s masterpiece might be described as an intimate epic, a beautifully detailed, utterly absorbing exploration of life in late-nineteenth-century Warsaw, which is also a prophetic reckoning with some of the social forces—imperialism, nationalism, anti-Semitism among them—that would soon convulse Europe as never before. But The Doll is above all a brilliant novel of character, dramatizing conflicting ideas through the various convictions, ambitions, confusions, and frustrations of an extensive and varied cast. At the center of the book are three men from three different generations. Prus’s fatally flawed hero is Wokulski, a successful businessman who yearns for recognition from Poland’s decadent aristocracy and falls desperately in love with the highborn, glacially beautiful Izabela. Wokulski’s story is intertwined with those of the incorrigibly romantic old clerk Rzecki, nostalgic for the revolutions of 1848, and of the bright young scientist Ochocki, who dreams of a future full of flying machines and other marvels, making for a book of great scope and richness that is, as Stanisław Barańczak writes in his introduction, at once “an old-fashioned yet still fascinating love story . . . , a still topical diagnosis of society’s ills, and a forceful yet subtle portrayal of a tragically doomed man.

Hannah S Playground

“I didn't know we bought a present for Grandad. ... “Very thoughtful, dear,” Grandad said stiffly, as he stuffed it back in the wrapping and picked up the ...

Author: W. W. Tracy

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1504305515

Category: Fiction

Page: 322

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Jack was thirteen when he found his brother Harrys dead body in the cubby house. Harry is not the first local boy to die under such circumstances, but the police are asking the wrong questions and the investigation goes cold before it begins. Following the loss of Harry, his family disintegrates, so a distressed Jack seeks solitude in the confines of his grandmothers fables. Unable to escape the strange fantasy world, Jack is trapped inside a deadly fable that is haunted by his brother. Jack must weave a story from its end to its inception with the hourglass running and Harrys killer closing in. He must choose between abandoning his family or his sanity while existing in the moment and learning to live with the truth of his pain. Following the mysterious death of his brother, Jack is tugged into an imaginary world of fables where he must fight to keep his family togetherand alive.

An East End Christmas

... with making your living, and you may rest assured that every single detail regarding your dear Grandad's funeral will be attended to with loving care.

Author: Elizabeth Waite

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0751562165

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

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Carla Scofield has looked after her family since she was a teenager but it's never been a bother because there isn't anything she wouldn't do for those closest to her. Warm, friendly, and with the ability to make everyone around her laugh, she carries her burden proudly. As the years roll past, Carla sees life around her change dramatically. Wartime brings new challenges and a new job for Carla in a sewing factory, and she shines. It also brings with it love and Carla has a chance at real happiness - but not everyone is rooting for her. With Christmas ahead of her, and her sights set firmly on love and the future, will she be too distracted to sense the danger before it's too late? An East End Christmas is an emotional, compelling and page-turning story that will be perfect for fans of Katie Flynn, Annie Groves and Carol Rivers.