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She was a teenager during the depression when she left home and became a live-in housecleaner/cook.
She married young and had four children.
She owned an apple orchard.
She went south with us during the Winter months in our rainbow colored bus.
She took me in when my boy and I needed a refuge.
She stayed up all night with me, swapping stories.
She held my babies and gave me helpful tips.
She cupped their faces in her hands and told them each how she loved them.
And last week she told me goodbye.
We hugged and promised, "I'll see you later."
 Gram was prepared

16 comments:

  1. What a beautiful picture. I have two grandmothers I can't wait to see again someday :) nothing like the love of a grandmother.

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  2. Sorry for your loss! I know you will see her again someday!
    tot

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  3. How wonderful to KNOW that you will see each other again! Sorry for your loss, she was a real blessing in your life!

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  4. She reminds me of my mom. She's now an angel.

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  5. So sorry for your loss. I know you will see her again.

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  6. oh Polly lovely tribute to your beautiful grandmother(:)
    hugs,Patty

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  7. She looks like a kind, generous and happy woman. What a beautiful tribute.

    I'm sorry for your loss and hold you in prayer

    Helen xx

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  8. Beautiful, she was and always will be - I was very touched by this memorial. Thank you for sharing during such a personal event.

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  9. What a beautiful post! What a joy to know that our loved ones that pass on were prepared. Have you read the book "Heaven is Real" written about a three year old boy's visit to heaven. A must read. Your Gram already looks like an angel.

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  10. My eyes are filled with tears reading this. To know how much she loved and cared for you...what else can one ask for in life? I only knew one of my grandmothers and I knew that she loved me. What a blessing yours was to you- xo Diana

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  11. She sounds like she was a wonderful woman. Sending you hugs. It is hard to lose someone that you love.

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  12. What a Wonderful expression of love, you have honored her well.
    How blessed she must of felt to know that she will "see you later".

    May you dwell within the Peace that passes all understanding.

    Be Blessed,
    Cindy♥

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  13. What a beautiful post and loving tribute to your grandmother.
    Sorry for your loss...you are in my prayers!
    Jackie

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  14. Such a pretty picture of her. And so wonderful that you have those precious memories and time spent together. xoxo

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  15. Hope these fond memories give you comfort...take care.

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  16. So sorry for your loss. You can see the love in her eyes.........
    Laraine

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