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Here we watchet cricket and football on the small television set which stood in one corner away from the light.
A square, extendable, table resided by the French doors, often with a vase of flowers from the garden, or the Frister and Rossman sewing machine or papers from the previous night's children's homework bedecking the surface.
This room of activity was where we shared family gatherings. It was the hearth of our lives. My Mother made most of my dresses from the time I was a tiny baby, lying in my pram, until I was16 and able to make my own.
She made nearly all her own clothes, usually shift dresses or ones out of crimpeline with short sleeves and fitted.
Our house was full of an array of diverse investments often nothing matching but bought for their quality or quantity.
I came from a creative home. My Mother, Grace, had painted a bit and kept scraps of paper and backs of cards in a kitchen drawer so we children my brother, Richard, and I could always explore our imagination.
On Sunday aftenoons or early evening, Dad would often say to me "come on Ducks do you fancy a walk down to The Cricketers", which was near Mitcham Common.
I remember the drawer in our breakfast-room dresser. It was full of pieces of paper each one contained one of you dreams, a garden design, the beginnings of a story, a little drawing of a small girl with a turned up nose and curly hair like yours , an idea for one of my dresses yet to be made, shopping lists, notes on how to manage the "teenage years", and lots of backs of Christmas cards.
When I was older you told me about the night your first boyfriend Bill was killed. He was shot down in his aeroplane at the beginning of The Second World War.
That night you felt he come to say goodbye and saw his face leaning over your bed. My Infant's school was called Furzedown and Primary school Penwortham.
From seven to eleven I simply had to cross the road and enter the school gates. Home for lunch and Mum not far away. I met Roger - my future husband - when we got chatting at work.
I knew I liked him straight away but it took us a few months to get our act together. This is me as a carefree sixteen year old. I am wearing a dress that I made myself.
I use to be really into sewing back then and even made my own Wedding Dress. My Mother ,Grace, taught me how to understand patterns and about the weft and warp in material.
I even made Roger a tie in flowery fabric to match my 60's dress. Later I made lots of clothes for my children, including shorts and pyjamas for my son, Alex.
It was late in the evening and a clear night. We looked up into the sky and thought we saw the spacecraft " Apollo 8 " orbiting above.
It was a magical feeling, thinking those brave men had got so far away from the planet Earth and were now looking down on all of humanity.
They read the beginning of Genisis from Lunar orbit on Christmas Day. We watched it on the television at my home in Penwortham. It was very exciting and there was so much yet to be achieved in the space programme.
Roger Kearns - my future husband - was always very proud of his beard, as you can see from this picture of him as a young man. He lived at 36,Chestnut Avenue, Walthamstow E.
I remember the house very well with its tall sash windows and green and yellow painted woodwork. We spent most weekends at Roger's house, especially as Gertie his, Mother, was usually visiting her sister Glad.
Many hours were spent down Woodstreet and over Epping forest. We visited lots of places in London and also some of Roger's relatives and friends.
I was always buying him Tobacco tins and he kept loosing them but I did not mind. This was the day Roger and I got married.
It was bright and sunny and Chelsea Flower Show just opening. I held a bunch of pink roses made by myself and wore a cotton short dress and white patent shoes.
The dress I made the previous week. Gertie gave me a lucky cat to carry and there was confetti. The service short and to the point.
Rog wore his gold waist coat and a dark suit and looked stunning with his black hair. I felt very young and slightly foolish but also happy.
We had a meal with my parents and brother, Richard, Nan and Gertie and then caught the train to West Withering for a few days honeymoon. The weather was hot and I ran along the sands in my short blue skirt and we both got sunburnt.
I wore my bikini for the last time before Katharine was born. The pink roses, I put in a glass in our room at the quest house.
I don't expect they are there still! Thank you Rog for all your love and generosity. Love Mary xx. Having married on the 21st of May, our first baby still tucked away inside me and after a short stay with Roger's mother, Gertie, who was kindness itself we moved into our first home: 15, The Maisonettes.
Park Avenue, Bushey. First Christmas celebrated together with a decorated Chrismas tree, Radio Four and mince pies.
Our Baby was beginning to be interested in moving objects and was given a little crochet hanging figure which made her laugh.
Roger and I spent the day with our daughter and on Boxing Day, when the buses were running, Grace and Bill came to visit.
A bright sunny day in late August and about 4 o'clock in the afternoon I realised my second child would soon arrive. Our small family had by now moved to a rather delapidated house- 67, Millway, Bushey.
It needed quite a lot of work to be done and Rog had to balance that with his long hours on the milk. Me being who I am, I persuaded Rog to have a look at a house advertised on the local notice board.
This would mean no estate agent fees and the price was within our reach. Dear Children and Grandchildren I found in motherhood a joy, a bliss beyond anything I had ever known.
An intimacy, a tenderness, a beauty all of its own. As each of you were born I found a new delight in searching out and discovering all the little perculiarities and individual qualities, that each one of you possessed.
Hours I would spend holding, stroking, talking to and gazing ,with happiness, into bright brown eyes. One day in the Spring Rog visited our shed in the back garden and returned indoors, very quietly, with closed hands.
We the children and I thought he was going to frighten us with a big spider but there in his hands were three baby kittens.
Returning to paid employment after a gap of twelve years gave me the opportunity to try out what I might like to do when my children had grown up.
My first job was as an auxilliary nurse at our local maternity hospital. I did two nights a week and it was there that I met my very dear friend, Joyce Poulton.
We have been friends for thirty-two years. Roger and I moved to The Gardens in Nearby is Cassiobury, a most beautiful park. Tree lined avenues set in wide open spaces flow down to the river Gade and the Grand Union Canal.
The two trees in the photograph Rog and I adopted as our own. I took many pictures of them over the years.
Now only the tall one remains. Love You. Mary x. When Victoria was nine years old and the others younger and older we decided to ride our bikes to see Aunty Glad and Gertie at Staines.
Lizzie ,who was only 5 rode on the back of Roger's bike in a little seat. Mary has been a special friend of mine since we met 31 years ago while working at Watford General Hospital.
I especially remember the cake Mary iced, and decorated with delicate sugar roses she had made, for me when I left the hospital.
We have spent many happy hours together 'putting the world to rights'. As part of my first degree, I completed a dissertation on "Bilingualism". For the legal profession, timelines can be the perfect way to track the often myriad events and people involved in a legal case.
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