Mimi and my mother

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While I've been home, I've been rummaging through the attic, where my mother has saved every single item that has entered our house over the past quarter century, using patented technology that transformed our attic into a TARDIS. It's bigger on the inside than it could possibly ever be looking from the outside.

One of the joys of this is being handed the old leather and iron luggage - vintage 1930s - that had in it thousands of photos. Some of them are quite old, dating back as far as 1914, when my great-grandfather was a French naval officer during WW I.

Anyway, here are some for you to look through. First, there's a picture of my mother and grandmother, then there's a photo of my great-grandfather, leaning up against a cannon or cart of some kind.


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Oh, Nae, this rocks. I think the first photo is also in Maman's photo album. Have you found the tape cassette of Mimi, yet? I hope it's still good.

HOLY GUACAMOLE! That's pretty awesome. I didn't know that Rachael had a daughter too! Although, a young Mimi looks more like a young mommy, which looks a lot like a young Rachael!!!!

Actually, I don't think Mimi looks that much like Rae. If anything, Maman looks like Mimi - and the little girl could be me or Rae.

Also, I can't see any cart, etc., but it does say he is on a bridge (at Mousson in the Priest's Wood) after 'Pere Hilarion' had been taken (err, by whom I'm not quite sure).

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