Home at The Grange – Part 2

And here is Part two of the story of the Home at the Grange.. #recommended

Cynthia Reyes

Wendy and Nick aren’t afraid of challenges.

Blog Photo - Doors Open The Grange Hamlin Photo beware of falling coconutsNick, a fashion photographer, left his home in the UK and moved to Portugal. 

As a teenager, Wendy modeled in Europe for Yves St. Laurent and Valentino. She started her own modelling agency in Portugal at only 18. She and Nick met there, married, and started working together.

Next, they moved to Canada and built successful careers. They and their family had a comfortable life in Toronto. 

Then came the big move to the country, 5 kids in tow.  

Wendy remembers neighbour after neighbour saying: “I give you 3 years.” 

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The big move fell on Hallowe’en, and that was the first problem.

Blog Photo - Doors Open Clarington Photo CemeteryThere’s a tiny pioneer cemetery next door to the farm and the children were convinced there’d be ghosts on Hallowe’en. They refused to come along.

Nick remembers: “We had to farm them out to friends in Toronto for the…

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4 thoughts on “Home at The Grange – Part 2

  1. Sally: Thanks very much for reblogging. I am enjoying this family’s adventure, and even though I’m the writer, there’s a delicious feeling of not knowing exactly what will come next. Such is the way with a series.

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