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Sunday, 29 August 2010

The Little Princess film was similar to my Nan's (Louise Sybil Stanley Myles) story but far, far worse

I wanted to upload a picture of my Nan, Louise Sybil Stanley Myles, the reason I cannot is another story. I am glad I have my Nan's strength, she never gave up either! So instead here is a picture of her on this video. And the funny thing is she is holding a monkey like the money in the Little Princess film. I am searching for old photographs and history on my Nan (Louise Sybil Stanley Myles.) She had a very sad childhood, and I wish share her story at the Universal Children's Day in November in Hastings E. Sussex.



Last night I watched the Little Princess film with my little angel. She enjoyed the story as much as I did when I first watched it with my Nan in front of her old gas hire, but we watched the original one with Shirley Temple, a total classic. This Little Princess story was similar to Nan's childhood true story. Sadly there was no happy ending for Nan and her brothers, and they endured far worse.

Although I wish to trace pictures of my Great Great Grandmother LeFever, and wish to trace her family for pictures of my Great Great Grandad Robert Hartland Stanley Myles. I wonder if pictures of my Great Nan Winifred Josephine, Nan and her brothers were kept. Or binned? I wonder if they know the family secret?

Last night I looked up at the sky and it was as if their was the letter "S" circling the moon in a beautiful orange colour. I took a picture and the moon became a heart. I wonder if that was Nan showing me she is looking down on me.

Have you ever suffered some sort of racist attack? It is amazing how the old wars still haunt us and play a big part in racism against those that had nothing to do with what our ancestors did. I could tell you some true stories, ones that you would not believe could happen in this day and age. I love and adore my Nan, but I am glad I my skin was white when I was growing up as otherwise I would have been picked on at school like my brother, and my dear friend Mandy, who is liaising with me re Universal Children's Day.

But even being white and being British has it's down falls. The War again, and again, it never goes away and people never forget, which is a good thing sometimes, as we need to remember those that lost their lives. But don't blame individual people for what happened years ago or for what is happening today, as we are all different and have our own set of values and most people today know wrong from right.

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