Thursday, 18 December 2008

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Roxy and Sam were not too impressed with the place they lived. They had to clean up other peoples mess and I think it was very noisy. They decided to move in with some friends in Northampton who had a spare room and they thought it would be better. Roxanne got a job at the Cinema in Northampton and Sam got a really good job at Barclaycard so things appeared to be going great.
All too soon things started going wrong and Roxy and Sam decided to look for their own flat or house, as they were both in work it seemed a good idea.
They found a lovely 2 bedroom house in the centre of Northampton it was just right for them and they fell in love with it and somehow managed to get the deposit etc.. together. Everybody chipped in with bits and bobs for the house
Roxy was so lucky she has found herself a really nice lad who will do anything for her and absolutely adores her. Now they are planning to get married next year and I can't wait she is the best Granddaughter a Nan could have and I love her to bits.
My story is coming to an end now Lesley and Chris are happily married and settled. Steve and Sarah are also happily married and settled.
Roxanne and Sam have the rest of their lives to look forward too. Frankie is doing good too, I just wish I knew more about him, he has got more detached from us. I feel terribly sorry that I can't write about my daughter Sheila's life but it was curtailed at a very young age.


I hope you have enjoyed the trials and tribulations of our lives as much as I have enjoyed writing it. For what I have been through one way or another I think it has made me a stronger more compassionate person. At least I would like to think so.
I would like to thank everyone who has stuck with me through My Life Story and thank you so much for your comments and support they were very much appreciated.

Happy Christmas to everyone and all the best for the New Year


Thank you

13 comments:

Sherrie said...

Sheila,
Thank you so much for sharing your life story with us. I have checked your blog daily since I found it several months ago.

Sasa said...

Sheila,

Thank you so much for sharing your story. I started with you right from the beginning, having been a fan of Lesley's for a long time. My morning routine always includes coming here to see the latest installment of your story; I will definitely miss "hearing" more from you.

Take care and GB!
Lisa

Anonymous said...

thank'xxx a whole bunch for sharing your life story... i wish you all the best... take care always... and happy holidays to you and your family...
hugz... debbie

Lisa said...

I too have looked forward each morning to reading your latest installment. I don't know what I'll do while drinking my morning tea now :) Thank you so much for sharing your story! I am so glad to hear that everyone (or almost everyone) has had a fairytale ending.

Magnolia said...

Thank you so much for sharing your life story. I've been with you from the beginning. I'm so happy that everything is going so well for you now. Have a wonderful Christmas with your family and have a wonderful new year.
Hugs, Phyllis

stevep said...

Well Mum you have finished your life story so far. It’s been brilliant reading about how our lives have panned out and what has happened in the past it’s amazing how much you forget what has happened in our lives and as you know Sarah has been hooked since page one what are you going to write about now. Lots of love Steve.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing and the lessons learned.
I will surely miss my daily readings from your blog. You are the granny that I never had and yet the granny that my children now have. I know like my mom, you are truly appreciated by your children and grandchildren. I pray that God allow grannys like you to be with us for a long long time. Happy Holidays to everyone! ......Janet

deadrose said...

Thank you so much for everything you've written. Don't stop now, there are so many stories left to tell!

digikeepsakes said...

Well, what can I say ?...Tears, tragedies and drama beyond belief. Also some happy times and thats what counts. It's been a great way of remembering the past and hopefully the future is that much brighter for it.

Love as always

Lel x

thunderbugs said...

Sheila,

Thank you for sharing your story...it certainly has had it's ups and downs! I couldn't wait to check your blog every morning and I'm really going to miss your daily postings. Hope you continue to add a little here and there of whats going on with you and your family. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year!

Amy

sarah said...

Well what am I going to read now when I get in from work? As you know I was addicted.

Lots of love
From your daughter-in-law
Sarah xx

Suzan said...

I have enjoyed reading your story. I too know that as much as we hate it the storms of life make us stronger and more compassionate people as you said. I pray that you will enjoy the rest of your life with contement, peace and joy. May God truly bless you!

LassDream McMahon said...

Thank you so much for sharing your lifestory. I am sorry for it to end (blogwise as we know lives do go on :)) I started reading it from the start yesterday and couldnt stop reading it until it was done.