First Cousins Meeting on Skype for the first time!

Arrived at my cousin Wendy and John Mied’s home in Werombi.  A beautiful Australian country setting up on a hill of about eight acres of heaven.  Gordon Moore age 92, Barbara Moore Hambley age 86 and Nadine Moore Robertson age 85, first cousins met for the first time via Skype.  In attendance were my cousins  Trish Geer, Gordon Moore, Ron Cram, sisters Wendy Mied and Cherry Tiffney, many of us meeting for the first time.  We spent a great afternoon together having lunch and taking a walk on the property and getting to know one another.  Good times! 
Lance explaining to Gordon that he was going to actually see the faces of his first cousins on the computer as well as talk with them.
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This is a separate little house on the property.  It is Wendy’s craft studio.  Her little women cave.  If you look up on the wall there are two flags put out.  Her Australian and our American.  Thanks Wendy and John.
The Lilly pond reminded me of Monet’s Garden.
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Lance Heidinger, Ron Cram, Cherry Tiffney, Pam, Wendy Mied, Trish Geer and John Mied and dog Jettie.
After everyone left the three of us continued having a few glasses of bubbly while we chatted about family and answering each others questions and telling stories.  It was a slumber party.  Good time.

5 thoughts on “First Cousins Meeting on Skype for the first time!

  1. Pam if ever anyone asks who you look like you will have to say my cousins. Oh my gosh. I am so happy you found each other. 🙂 Hugs

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