In - Always in our hearts

  • Isaiah Walker lit a candle on 12/21/2016:
    "Today myself and Lena (Florences daughter) decorated our first Christmas tree without Nanny. It was hard but a happy thing to do in her memory. As her birthday approaches , I try to remember the happy things she would say around these times, and dwell on that. "

  • Isaiah Walker lit a candle on 02/25/2017:
    "Nanny has been in my thoughts lots recently and have been missing her a lot. Betty has been able to attend Mass quite a few times which is a great thing. Her and myself continue to help each other and think what she would want for us. I love you nanny , and miss you. "

  • Betty-Lena Walker lit a candle on 02/26/2017:
    "Hi Mom! I miss you and love you so much it's hard to put into words. Isaiah and I are hanging in there one day at a time. We remember everything you taught us and are putting those lessons into play to make you proud. Keep a close eye on us and hold us steady on the path of life. I thank God everyday for all the beautiful years we had together and all the fun! I love you and sit on our bench at Davis Bay at least 3 times a week. We love you Florrie!❤❤❤"


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  • 1958

    Learned how to make Jello (June 1st, 1958)

  • 1963

    Walked the entire length of Charlotte St. in Sydney for the first time (April 21st, 1963)

  • 1965

    Had tea with neighbour Mary for the first time (March 24th, 1965)

    Had tea with Mary for the second time (March 25th, 1965)

    Had tea with Mary for the third consecutive day (March 26th, 1965)

    For the first time since meeting Mary, she did not have tea with her (March 27th, 1965)

    Went back to the regular routine and had tea with her neighbour Mary. (For the first time they gad two cups each). (March 28th, 1965)

  • 1966

    Flossie had a baby and named him John Grayson, Johnny for short. As soon as she was able she met with Mary to show him off and ignight the spark of their relationship! Mary was thrilled to meet the little tyke! (April 5th, 1966)