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Introducing myself

Hello just introducing myself my real name is Arthur and my age is 80 if you care to go to my page I have been writing my story of my life which you may find interesting or may not, but I really wrote it for my grandchildren so any mistakes I apologise for particularly one in the second part which I seem to have put in to duplcate anyway I think you will find more information on myself in there . By the way the story is called the story of my life, I could not think of anything as a title more imaginative.

Created By on 23/07/2016

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art1935 Original Poster
27th Jul 2016 10:37:00
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hi Dolly and Wilf,thanks for your comments,yes it's a good idea to have a scrapbook,i had loads of photo's and newspaper cuttings once but thru the years they have been lost,which is a shame cos i could have put them with my story.i did do a family tree which was interesting work but it got to so many people in the end i had to give up.Maybe i should start again and carry on where i left off now i have plenty of time on my hands.take care and good luck 🙂
27th Jul 2016 08:29:46 (Last activity: 27th Jul 2016 08:54:53)
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Response from Wilf made on 27th Jul 2016 08:54:53
We tell our kids as much as possible about our lives and our parents lives so they keep the memories alive. Its easier nowdays with all the shareing over the internet as well. My mum who is 86 also did a family free and has told the kids about her parents and grandparents
25th Jul 2016 20:12:12 (Last activity: 26th Jul 2016 08:36:02)
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Hello Arthur, I would be interested in reading your story, but having just joined don't know my way round the site. When I do, yours is the first item I will read. Good to hear that someone approx. my age is still so mentally active.
Response from art1935 Original Poster made on 26th Jul 2016 08:36:02
good morning Jean,nice to hear from you,i try to remain mentally active as you read so much about Alzeimers these days these days don't you?I'm certainly glad that i have my laptop for communication.
take care

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