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> This Is Me, Fond Memories
petalpeeps
post 11th Dec 2007, 01:20am
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Jaybee just on so hope you get my message . Hi Lindamac , my dad is about 5ft 9 ,i think he looks taller in the piccys as im a wee sqirt and he is so slim at that time ,so makes him look taller . I am 51 now and look 61 honest laugh.gif
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Isobel
post 11th Dec 2007, 02:22am
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Thanks for sharing , really nice.


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Elma
post 11th Dec 2007, 06:35am
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Great pictures Petalpeeps, thanks for posting them. I love looking at old photos, they bring back so many good memories. You look so pretty, you must be a very good looking woman.
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Lennox
post 11th Dec 2007, 07:01pm
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Petal , Lovely photo's thanks for sharing,


Tmes flies ( as I know to well) who would have thought 35 years ago you 'd be putting them up ,

Just lovely smile.gif


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*jomac*
post 6th Jan 2008, 10:03pm
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Hi petal peeps, your picture of Dunard Street play ground brings back long lost memories! I well remember many days spent making papier mache long boats for that viking play (I was the narrator) and was a nervous wreck speaking in front of all our mums and the only man present was the head I had to open with welcome ladies and gentleMAN! I have fond memories of miss walker who later became mrs mccabe and sent me a piece of her wedding cake as iwe had moved to cumbernauld shortly after the viking play! Ah - those were the days eh? I lived in Kirkland Street at that time. Thanks for bringing a smile to my face.
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petalpeeps
post 11th Jan 2008, 10:07am
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Hi jomac , I only have some vague memories of that time , although i also remember making paper mache boats and we also built a model fjiord , we all took great pride in that . I can't imagine how scary it must have been standing up in front of everyone on your own , it was scary enough as part of a scene with other people . There are lots of things in the gg boards to stir memories of your childhood , hope you join , lots of nice people on here . Look forward to seeing you posting at some point ,good luck .
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vinnie
post 25th Jan 2008, 07:49pm
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Ye're a lovely wee lass,
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