Open Book Blog Hop – 5th September   1 comment

Stevie Turner

This week we’re talking about Labor Day, what it means to us, and how we celebrate it.

Well, to be perfectly frank, it doesn’t mean anything to me at all, as I live in the UK and we don’t celebrate it.  However, I’ve been told that I can write about something related to the labor movement, or about work in general.  Therefore I shall write about our Labour party, and how Stevie went canvassing one night…

I was sixteen at the time of the general election of September 1974, and was still rather shy and retiring, but was slowly coming out of my shell (excuse the faded photo, it’s 42 years old, and the only one I have of that particular time).  Mum and Dad had just bought me this blue dress for a cousin’s wedding (the dress has its own story in my new memoir ‘Waiting in the Wings’).

Aged 16.jpg

Somehow or other I got…

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Posted September 6, 2016 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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