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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

FF: Falling in Love

Mary, the three year old granddaughter of ninety year old Mitch loved this place on the terrace where she could see the ships and the cruises. The best thing about this was the story that her grandpa ha told her a million times, a story that never gets old for Mary. A story she would remember for life.

PC: Fatima Fakier Deria

Mary “Grandpa,tell the  story”

Mitch with a smile “Again?”

Mary “yes yes, pleeease”

Mitch
“This was not a port 70 years back. It was a small deck, with chairs. I and my friends drank & played cards here. One night,a very pretty girl was sitting alone on the edge of this deck”

with a far away look he said “That night, I fell in love with your great grandmother, sweetheart”

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32 comments:

  1. Aw! My daughter especially likes hearing stories of her elders.

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    1. I loved it too.
      Thanks for dropping by :-)

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  2. A story can always get an imaginative child going... especially if she gets to be part of it, even in a tiny way. I wonder how he fell in love.

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    1. I story is always intrusive.
      I wonder that too :-)
      Thanks for dropping by Magaly

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  3. Awwww! A lovely love story :)

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  4. Sweet story. I liked it a lot and I bet Grandpa doesn't get tired telling it.

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    1. Grandparents never get tired of telling stories. do they?
      thanks for dropping by ladybug :-)

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  5. Lovely. I would have asked for that story again and again, too. -- gah learner

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    1. Ahh Me too
      Thanks for dropping by Gah :-)

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    1. Thank you Isadora
      I love your name BTW :-)

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    1. at times grown ups too :-)
      Thanks for dropping by goroyboy

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  8. Such a sweet story! It is always fun to hear how our parents and grandparents met.

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    1. I know right
      it feels so good
      Thanks for dropping by Fatima :-)

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  9. Beautiful! I'm a genealogist at heart (and a past one at profession), so this is a story that I hope lives out in many lives. Thank you!

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    1. I hope that too.
      Thank you for dropping by Stephanie :-)

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