Friday, 16 August 2013

Doesn't time fly?

The first time I saw her was when she was about 4 months old. She was due to be christened and I was asked to be one of her godmothers. When she was about four, I took her to the zoo in Bristol. When she was nine I took her to London where we rode the underground and saw Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. When she was about fifteen/sixteen I went shopping with her (that's an experience by itself: shopping with a teen).

She is 18 now. And off to university soon. I am a proud godmother! 


  1. You have a right to be a proud godmother, because you are obviously a good godmother! Those fun things you've done together will make her smile, and maybe laugh a little, as she gets older.
    I could never forget my godmother, a very special part of my life.
    Luv, K

  2. Hari OM
    No doubt about it - the way to note time is through children and pets.

    I second Kay's comments! YAM xx

  3. Delightful - but doesn't time fly?

  4. It does fly by quickly. Your a sweet godmother and I wish her all the best in college.


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