I Went There When I Was A Kid

My mom (mum) was from London, though we always called her mom. She was from an area called Chelsea. So when I was about 12 or so, my sister, mother, my 2 aunts and myself all met up in London. We stayed in a place called Cannonbury, right across the street from the pub or tavern. I had relatives in Clapham, Winchmore Hill and South Ken. Had relatives that spent their final years down in Bornmouth or Portsmoth, down south. I still adore British sensibility and humor, and hope the best for them.
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1 Response Sep 27, 2011

i am english and proud, im from the north of england, very down to earth people, like everyone else we are going through very hard times at present,but we always retain our sense of humour.