"Thank you Glo for sharing these lovely photographs and memories!
I love the ’little girl Glo’ with her pretty curls and yellow dress and I can see why the little goats became your friends. I chuckled at you taking cover in the car…"
"Chris, your pictures are adorable! They reminded me of some I'd seen of myself and my sibs from years ago and I had to go searching. My Dad was a great one for taking photographs so we have quite an account of things on his…"
"During lockdown I have found all sorts of things arriving in my inbox, from humerous photos and video clips to heart warming photos. These have all sent from friends who have been trying to raise the spirits of their friends during lockdown.
"I must confess to liking mine being longer - brings back memories of my lost youth. I'll be happy to let those who are desperate to get to the hairdresser's go first, although I am very lucky and don't have the grey root problem of so…"
"Oh Chris, I do sympathise! Reading the conversation between Valerie and Patricia, I was reminded of how much, when I was young, I always wanted straight hair which I could grow long - being blessed with a mop which rather resembled wire wool,…"
"In this month’s theme hosted by Patricia, I enjoyed the comments between Patricia and Valerie about hair.
Like many in the countries where lockdown has prevented us from having haircuts, a haircut is what I need most! I admire those whose…"
"As many of you know, during lockdown, my lovely sister passed away. She had cancer for some time, and when she knew that she had limited time left, she made some very thoughtful plans. One of which was to leave all of her baking equipment for her 12…"
"Oh, if only someone would challenge me now ... hahaha
The last time that happened to me was when I was 29 and you needed to be 18 or over to get into a lounge. The ladies I was with were 20 and 22 and they were not asked for ID. …"
Anne, I'm having a problem making a one-time donation to the Peace of Mind campaign. When I select the Donate box it does give me the form. However, when I click in the amount box and start typing, it immediately puts a comma in the field. I'm trying to donate $100. However, I don't know how to type it in the box. I don't want to make a mistake and have it show up as $10,000 on my credit card. I've had this problem in the past and that's why I've just purchase multiple quantities in the KAS Shop for larger donations. I hope this makes sense. :)
I Hope this finds you doing well and enjoying those long days fill with lots of sun. I was wondering if you would consider being featured in Meet the KAS Family? It can be you and/or your church group. If you are interested, please just shoot me an email and I will send you some general questions to answer.
I currently have questions out to three other groups, but am not having much luck in getting information back. Time to move forward with other people and groups.
I am in and out of internet contact the next couple of days while traveling, but will be checking my email nightly.
Hello Anne, thanks for your message (I wasn't able to send a reply!) re posting photos into discussions - I am using an iPad, so as you say, the usual method won't work for me. At some point I will get to my computer and add my squares to the relevant challenge, so thanks for doing it thus far!
Hi Anne dear. The Pinterst site is stunning, stunning, stunning but I am wondering if you can keep more KAS photos in that top row. e.g. that gorgeous shot of the two children wrapped in love with the words on top '1.9 million etc'. If that could stay at the top it wold be good. You are getting visits to the www site to it is working really well. It is full of stunning photos. Great job. It looks as though anyone can put a photo there I will have a go.
Thanks Anne, Have to say it felt strange knitting a thick woolly jumper when the temperature here was in the late 20's but it is rewarding that a youngster will be cozy & warm in the South African winters:)
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