*****Throwback Thursday***** They say fate brings people together, and I truly believe it does.
This throwback was from January 2017 when Bradley was mascot for Everton.
Everton became a huge part of Bradley's life, he loved his football, and loved meeting all the players.
But what makes this extra special is some of the pictures you see where taken by a photographer we never knew at the time. It was only in 2018 we got to know the the photographer, for other reasons.
The man behind some of these amazing pictures, is Edie Molyneux's Grandad Chris. Edie, sadly went with the angels on 22/10/2018 after fighting DIPG.
I truly believe Chris was meant to take these amazing pictures of my baby boy, and because of that day at Everton in 2017, the family came to us when they needed our support.
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Three meerqueens?😹 All three are around 7months old in these pics.🖤
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For #throwbackthursday let’s all appreciate Cecil’s first bath on the day he came home with us. Been a tool ever since.
#ThrowbackThursday - this photo was taken during the aftermath of 1-17-1994, the #NorthridgeEarthquake. Our family had relocated from Pakistan to Los Angeles in 1989, then were displaced again. The National Guard set up tents for us to sleep in at the park. Those memories are foggy, but as I think of it now, I ponder how that experience must’ve been for refugees. Fleeing the lands they love because of war; finding themselves in the rubble of the homes they thought would be a sanctuary. As a kid I was just excited that we were having family picnics 😂😂 #refugeestory#afghanrefugees#refugees#diaspora#afghandiaspora
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Here's a great throwback of co-founders, Shel & Chris Moore, with Diana Hunnicutt of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce attending #IWD17. This brings back good memories of networking, learning, and sharing!
🇺🇸 #tbt to when I #read #1984 by #GeorgeOrwell. I had heard lots of good things about this #book and it definitely didn't disappoint!
The main character is Winston Smith, a worker of the Ministry of Truth who must rewrite the past to suit the needs of the Party. However, he keeps asking himself questions until he finally rebels against the totalitarian government that controls his every move through their all-seeing telescreens. Enter the Big Brother.
I remember that one of my professors recommended it to me and I'll be forever glad that he did. What a ride! The book is written in a way that you experience the story first-hand with Wilson, and in no time you'll find yourself looking over your shoulder just in case you're being followed 😂. Definitely a must!
🇪🇸 Recordando cuando leí 1984, de George #Orwell. Había oído muchas cosas buenas sobre este #libro, y desde luego no me decepcionó.
El protagonista es Winston Smith, un trabajador del Ministerio de la Verdad cuya tarea consiste en reescribir el pasado según las necesidades del partido. Sin embargo, Winston no deja de hacerse preguntas hasta que acaba rebelándose contra el Gobierno que lo controla a través de pantallas; el Gran Hermano que todo lo ve.
Recuerdo que me lo recomendó un profesor y siempre le estaré agradecido por ello. El libro es toda una aventura, y está escrito de forma que el #lector lo experimenta todo en primera persona con Wilson hasta el punto de que te acabas obsesionado y mirando a tu alrededor por si te vigilan 👁️. Imprescindible.