Today I'm blogging over at Modern Creative Life (link below) and sharing a story the very long-ago Gypsy readers may have heard. It focuses on how a chance discovery of a vintage postcard at an antiquarian book fair brought me to tears -- and to the grandmother I never knew.
You can check it out here.
If you've read my earlier account on Marmelade Gypsy, this one is a little different, focusing not only on the discovery but more thoughtfully on those who "guide" us, past and present, and the fascination that grows when diving deep into family history.
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