Moving to a New Home

An acquaintance of mine was chatting away one night and somehow the conversation turned to making plans. She told us that her dad sat the family down every ten years to review the past, list achievements and plan for the next decade. Now I do like to make changes from time to time, but it is more at landmark stages in life than every ten years.

At the end of June my life changed forever. My Elly married George and together they set out on the road of a new stage of their lives and destinies. I hope with the eventuality of gradualness they might increase and multiply. No doubt when that happens I will become the most proud yet boring Grannymar in the Universe. You will of course be the first to know all about it!

In the meantime I needed to find a new focus for my time and energies. I have the time but alas the energy has a mind of its own. I tried chasing Toy-boys, but they ran far too fast for me. There was no hope of me catching up and all I got for my efforts were a hot flush and breathlessness.

So to mark the start of this new era for me I have decided on a face lift. No little tuck here, and little pull there for me, thank you, it is all or nothing! A total new look and image is what I am after, something fresh, clean and timeless.So pop on over and take a look:

…and while you are there I might even make you a coffee.

Now let me know what you think of my new look.

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9 thoughts on “Moving to a New Home

  1. Grannymar Post author

    Thank you K8.

    Labour was easy, the next twenty years will be the difficult ones!

  2. Will

    Congratulation on the move. And now you really are mistress of your own domain (name).
    I may need to get the details of how you did it off you.

  3. Grannymar Post author

    Thanks Will.

    All you need is a daughter called Elly to push you along!!

    “Mammy you have to do this” and “mammy you should know how to do that” are all I hear.

    P.S. Don’t tell her I said that. 😉


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