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About Ngaire

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  • Birthday 01/02/1958

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  1. Two lovely works of art😃
  2. What else can I say except beautiful!!
  3. What wonderful photos you have of the dancing!!
  4. Isn't it wonderful being able to watch our families achieve in their sports. Lovely page!
  5. After reading your journalling Marilyn, I go, Phew!!! Totally love how you do that!!
  6. So pleased that Ken is doing well!! Again another pretty looking page!!
  7. I agree, those little crocheted embellishments look great on this page. Your wee grandson sure is growing fast!!
  8. Agree that blue and orange are such wonderful colours together! Definitely goes with the blue and orange in your jig saw :-)
  9. Your pages are so lovely Anne Marie! Thats a great photo of the frog!!
  10. So many fun photos you have there Marilyn!!
  11. I bet it is good to be looking back at the knee surgery rather than having it looming in front of you all!! Thats a great shot of the stream!!
  12. This is great Carla!! good feeling being all caught up isn't it. Your girls are growing so fast. Its great watching them grow through your pages!!
  13. Look at all those beautiful belles ready for the ball!!! That a great group shot!! Aren't duckling just one of the most cutest, fluffiest things !!
  14. Oh what child doesn't experience that sort of haircut!! Athena sure does have beautiful hair!! So excited to be watching that Robin and her egg/s Dusty looks pretty swish with his new bandana!!
  15. Welcome home, Ngaire! Glad you had a fun trip and took so many photos. Looking forward to your layouts with them!

    1. Ngaire


      Hi Lei!

      Thanks for your lovely note.

      We had a fabulous time in Tassie!! It was wonderful catching up with my brother and a school friend I haven't seen for 21 years!

      Even more wonderful when I found out she had given her life to the Lord and is very active with her husband in the music side of church. Her Husband David plays a harp and he entertained us one evening with his playing. It was beautiful. He has done some recordings onto some CD's and gave me some. I have been playing them lots since I have been home. It did remind me of you and your dulcimer :-)

      Tasmania really is quite a beautiful place, I found a lot of areas a lot like our own country of NZ.

      My photos were more memory photos rather than wonderful photos. The weather was a little cloudy and wet when I had the opportunity to do photos but still I did manage to get some nice shots and like I say they will be great to jog the memory!

      How did your talk go at the ladies meeting you had? I bet you were wonderful!

      Since we have been home I have been helping with babysitting for family or shop sitting! :-)

      Our daughter Kerri runs a small second hand clothing shop in her little town of Darfield. The other day she rang and said she had awful toothache and had to go into Christchurch to get it looked at and wondered if I could look after the shop for her, then our son and his wife are trying to get their home ready for selling and have to get lots of painting done so I have had their children here with us while they get that done. So its been all go since we have been home. Dave is very involved with Lions over here and they have had some big events that he has been hands on with so I have hardly seen him lately. So I guess its welcome back home to the madness of life again. Its beginning to seem a wee while ago that lovely holiday. :-)

      Well I am going to try and get caught up on my Project Life scrapping. At least I do have plenty of photos for the last few weeks :-)

      I do hope this finds you well and enjoying your spring.

      Big hugs to you my friend