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Ciara Bloomer on 28 November, 2021 at 8:20pm

Georgie, from keeping clear of your pet crocodile to cleaning up the tree, going to walks with the dogs and having our one on one chats, you have not only been our neighbour, you have been our friend and grandmother to the kids. we love you, miss you and hope to see you for a glass of wine on the other side someday. Hope you have taken up drinking by then, your forever neighbours, Dave, Ciara, Tegan and Jordan.

Natalie on 25 November, 2021 at 8:29pm

Forgot the picture lol xx

Natalie on 25 November, 2021 at 8:27pm


Thanks for all the times you picked me up and drove me around without ever bitching, cleaned Flowers bum while I had hysteria, for attending every sporting game when I sucked and for making our many holidays away in the caravan memorable.

I'm glad my Christmas tree went up early this year, and you got to see that your right at the front with grandad.

I'm going to miss you , lots of love Natalie (and Hunters going to miss his chin nibbles and you enabling his bad behaviour) xx

Sandra Scott on 24 November, 2021 at 10:27pm

Dear Georgie,I wish I’d had the chance to come say goodbye but I want you to know that I look fondly back on the laughs we had over the years and the friendship we had. We might not always have seen eye to eye and we had some not so good moments but I enjoyed the years we had. You were always there for myself and our Lauryn and I thank you for that . You will be missed . Sending you love ❤️ 🌹 ❤️

Matt on 24 November, 2021 at 9:19pm

Grandma, you played such a huge part in my upbringing and you were awesome!

I remember being really little and every few weekends we’d all go to Philip Island and stay in the caravan park. Once when I was 5-6 years old I was playing on the playground and a kid who was maybe 10 years old shot me in the back with a cap gun and burned me. I walked back to the caravan crying and told you what happened and you said ‘Come with me’. We walked back to the park and I pointed the kid out. With no hesitation, you spear tackled him to the ground, wrestled the gun from his hands, broke it and said ‘If you ever touch my grandson again, I’ll kill you!’ At the time I just thought it was an adult being an adult, but now I just look back and laugh. A fiercely protective woman who would literally threaten a random kids life to protect her own grandkids…

Fast forward to high school and again, it was every weekend staying at grandma and grandads with my friends. We’d swim in the pool and you’d buy us pizzas, drop us off at parties in the middle of nowhere and then pick us all up drunk when we shouldn’t have been.

Just before you passed, I’m grateful to have had the chance to tell you how much I loved you and how lucky I was to have you growing up.

This picture is one of the last messages you sent me and it’s how I’ll choose to remember to you. A loving, fun grandma with a great sense of humour until the end. While I don’t think you got the chance to knock them of your bucket list, I’m sure that wherever you are you have a bunch of good looking blokes looking after you.
I love you Grandma and I’ll miss you 😘

Michelle Wood on 24 November, 2021 at 3:31pm

Hi mum, so many memories are flooding back as we go through photos to include in your special day. You never saw yourself as our mum, more of a big sister, and just thinking of the things we did growing up where you were always involved and quite often showing us how it's done (the slippery pole on the Achille Lauro) - I still remember as an 8 year old going OMG as you clobbered everyone in sight, eventually winning the ships trophy (I feel you may have cheated at the end but hey a win is a win!!). You and dad were so popular with all of our friends, you scored your own invites to so many 21st's and every Sunday when we'd drag our sorry selves over for a bbq, are still talked about as being the best way to end a week-end. 'Watching you come to terms with your condition late last year was so brave - you told us it was because we were right behind you but I think you held you own by far. The last week has been so chaotic but I hope you could hear us all and I don't need to hope, I know you could. I hope you're talking everyone's ears off wherever you are and have once again made yourself memorable - I won't say RIP, that's too formal, take care mum, come and visit us if you feel like it (that's actually a dare) and know you entertained us more than you'll ever know. Love you mum xx

Gail on 24 November, 2021 at 3:11pm

Miss you Mum. I keep wanting to send you latest photos to see if you like it all

Anthony Ireson on 24 November, 2021 at 2:45pm

Hi mum. Thanks for always being there for me. You always did more than was necessary to make sure we were always sorted in life. I know we are all better people because of your hard work and love for us. You cared above and beyond, except for that time you found my weed and you and dad smoked it all and couldn't stop laughing when I cracked it as I couldn't afford to buy more! Haha
I'll miss you more than you'll ever know.

Gail Garrard on 24 November, 2021 at 2:02pm

I didn’t want to tell you I’d ordered a fancy bandanna online. It was to be a surprise. So that day they had given you two sealed packets with beanies in them. Halfway through our Maccas you started to open one and me the other. I love this photo so much because it sums up everything about you. Still wearing the bottle from chemo and cracking up over how dumb we both looked. Love you Mum. Xx

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