Grandma

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  • My Grandma

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    to my heart, I think of the one person that I go to for everything. My grandma is that person; she is my person. Her heart is why I adore her. My grandma would give anything to anyone, she supports me in everything I do, her kindness radiates throughout her, and she is the most dependable person I have in my life. I hold my grandma on a pedestal because she has always held me on hers. To start with, I have witnessed my grandma give almost everything she had to those who needed help countless amounts

  • More Than Just A Grandma But A Lifesaver

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    More than Just a Grandma but a Lifesaver Growing up was not such an easy task for me. There came a time where I needed support far more than anyone person could provide, except for one, she was exceptional she was my rock, she held my world together she is my Grandmother. My Grandmother was not just my Grandmother; she was also my friend, my provider, and my savior because without her I would have more than likely taken a very wrong path in life. There she stands, all of five feet tall, short brown

  • Grandma

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    our help." Ashley waits-this isn't enough. "We just need to be really nice to her and love her, 'kay?" Such hope and false enthusiasm in my voice-perfect hypocrisy. She nods, apparently convinced. I can't convince myself, however. I merely think of Grandma and shrink in dread. What can I do to penetrate that deadness surrounding her? What can I say that she will understand? What can I do to remove the fear and aversion and sorrow I feel in her presence? Despite my dread, I am inextricably drawn toward

  • Analysis Of Grandma Emma 's ' Grandma '

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    The majority of grandkids consider their grandma a loving figure. Grandma always has the cookies ready for holiday homecomings, she gives kisses and hugs when the grandkids hop out of the car onto the doorstep, and she provides relaxation for the parents. On the other hand, a few Grandmas work their magic a little differently. My grandma, Emma Brunswig, grew up in tough times. Emma’s mother passed away just after Emma’s ninth birthday, causing her to stand as the mother figure for her five younger

  • Family and Grandma

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    us that you are here to celebrate her life. When I was asked to give the eulogy for my grandma 's funeral, I said oh yes, sure. I would be happy to. But after I thought about it for a bit I panicked! I thought what should I say, where do I begin;What should people know; whats most important, I went to bed stressing about writing something special. When I finally sat down the next day to write about grandma, I thought and thought. I wrote and scratched and threw out paper after paper. I wanted

  • Interview With Grandma

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    I interviewed my Grandma, Claudia Wilson Hubright. I chose to interview her because I wanted to learn more about how she was brought up and how her life varies from mine. Also, about how different life was for her as a kid. My grandma’s birthday is November 11, 1947. Currently, she lives in Williamson, NY and in the winter, Venice, FL. As a job, my grandma was an interior designer and then became a guidance counselor that dealt with crisis intervention. Now, though she has retired. The interview

  • My Grandma

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    My grandma is retired from her secretarial job. Twice a month she visits with her older sister in the country to make certain that she is being taken care of proprly. It is during these frequent trips that I realize how much she is a part of my everyday life. My grandma lives downstairs from me. From the inside of our house, there is no stairs connecting the top and bottom floors. If I want to go downstairs, I have to use the outside stairs. I wear these flat slippers that make a tapping sound

  • An Unforgettable Grandma

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    An Unforgettable Grandma Some people have grandparents, and others don’t. I am so incredibly blessed to have a grandma that is so caring in my life. Unfortunately, I don’t get to see this loving person very often. She lives in Canada alongside the rest of my family. When I lived in Michigan my parents, brother, and I owned a trailer in Canada that we would go to all the time. In 2012, we moved to Ohio, so we had to sell the trailer. My grandma comes to visit us around three times a year, and we

  • My Grandma

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    My grandma and I love each other. She has always been the person I would go to in my terrifying times of trouble. I am starting from where I can remember, her life and mine. Somedays I would go see her just because she is my grandma and my father loved her a lot. That was when she was healthy and able to go out to love her grandkids. I remember all the weeks I would go without seeing her; her and my grandpa loved to travel with her, so I regret wanting to be with my friends other than her. I used

  • My Grandma

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    My Grandma I grew up living through several life crises not knowing what to do about them, only that my grandma could make things better. My grandmother is the heart and soul of my huge family. At age six, my parents divorced and my mother got remarried, leaving my siblings and I behind to my half sister and grandmother’s care. The day I turned seven, my father passed away, leaving behind my eleven siblings and I. Although my dad had passed away, my grandma always said “it’ll be okay. You all still

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