Nice photo. Evidently someone didn't get the "let's wear red" memo. On the other hand, perhaps more than two ladies-in-red would be superfluous.
I'm sorry for your loss. I hope you cherish all of the memories you have of her. How about writing some of the good stories down in her honor?
I need to write some stories about my granny. If she were still alive, I bet she would be a blogger. She always kept a journal!
I only knew one of my grandparents and she died when I was 12. I lost my parents when I was relatively young and as I've aged I have sorely missed having an older woman in my life.I do hope you'll write about your granny, and it's good to know you appreciated her.
Very sweet picture. Thanks for sharing. Would love to read some grandmother stories from you.SLC
Did you have one tea towel each? Nice family pic. Let's hear more about the grans of the blog world.
I'm so sorry for your loss. She looks like a treasure. You should definitely write more about her.Mine's would-be 100th birthday is coming up this spring. She was a huge influence on me and I've not found a way to write about her though I feel I need to. I need your inspiration! :-)
Grandparents are a treasure that's for sure!
I just saw my Grandma last month, she is 86, so gentle and sweet. I enjoyed spending time with her and taking care of her. When I am around her I can be a little girl again and I know she will love me for all that I am because she does not see me and my faults everyday, so she remembers me as the sweet girl who always did as she was told. (That has changed,of course.) Funny how we can fall back into family triggered patterns when spending time with our grandparents or parents. I always felt more free to be me when I was staying at my grandmother's house.
I am soo sorry for the loss of your Grandmother, may I ask, when did she pass away?
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