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My last half-day in Sydney was spent with the favourite-family-that-is-not-my-own. As a teenager, I babysat my neighbour Pip in Weetangera. Decades later she moved to Pasadena and we became adult friends. She now has three kids who, for some reason, regard me as a fairy godmother who bestows them with unique handmade gifts.

Snakes and Ladders

Blue thing

Hopscotch

Car caddy

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As always when I spend a night with Pip’s family, I felt very hugged.
It was a wonderful ending to a full-on two weeks.

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  1. I see you that way too. :) Welcome home! You were missed.

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  2. Rochelle Travers

     /  October 29, 2013

    Cool bags. You make those? How much and how long does it take you to make 25 / 50 / 100?

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