Wednesday, 22 July 2015
'She has nothing in her hands.'
Kay McKenzie Cooke
granddaughter in the snow
Taken on one of our trips to Japan to visit our son and his wife and family.
They are now living in New Zealand. Which is fantastic. I just hope that it doesn't mean there won't be any more trips back to Japan for us.
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