Chat with aunties

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THe sainted aunt is only a few years older than me, so is more like a sister. She joined a sect which gets a lot of stick (on GN as well as in the real world) but it has never taken her away from her family, or turned her into a sourpuss, though perhaps sainted is a bit of an exaggeration.

We are still in touch frequently and have been on holiday together.

(But I have found various more distant cousins through my family history, and they are spread over the world.) I had 3 terrific great aunts.

One married but 2 were part of the sad 'surplus' 2 million women left after the first World War. One was a nurse and ended up with her own private hospital (pre NHS). Sad they never had their own children and grandchildren. On my father's side I had two lovely aunts who both died young and one who could give 'Hyacinth Bucket' a run for her money in the snob department.

My poor cousin used to roll his eyes with embarrassment at her snobbery.One is a sainted aunt and one a giddy aunt, so I can say "My giddy aunt! "The giddy aunt is now 94, but still sprightly, despite what she calls "various aches and pains".She was the aunt who always had some interesting craft or other on the go, taught me daft songs (Dan, Dan the waterworks man, The woodpecker's hole, and such like) She was a great giggler, and had stories of when she was young - like her four brothers being scornful of the two-piece swimsuit she made for herself, saying all she needed was two pennies.Our singles community is massive, and you're only a couple of clicks away from finding a date. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.

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