School Years


A:hover {color: red; font-weight: bold} School Years Scrapbooked December 2008
From My Scrapbooking
Font: Century Schoolbook 10
Paper: Slab V by Prova Craft
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“The difference between school and life?
In school, you’re taught a lesson
and then given a test.
In life, you’re given a test
that teaches you a lesson.”
– Tom Bodett
Detail:
Photo corner
My Inspiration
“Proud”- Scrapbooking family memories
By Memory Makers

Journaling:

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A neighbor who was a bit older than me used to walk with me to school, we crossed robots and very busy streets. 
I have one photo of us together. Her Mother was at my Grandmother’s funeral years later.
My father also went to this school, he says one of he’s teacher’s Mrs. Fourie retired while I was there and cried the day that she had to leave. 


The second school that I went to was Werda.  I didn’t know it at the time, but my future husband also went to Werda School at about the same time.

At Werda School, in summer we sometimes all got fruit like oranges and in winter we all had an enamel mug for soup or hot cocoa.





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Een twee drie vier gaan hul verby
Links regs links regs kyk hoe mak
Reguit dam toe
Kwak-kwak-kwak”

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