My sister and I at my grandma’s house. I don’t have many pictures of my childhood so this is very precious to me. When I look at it, it brings back memories of wonderful times at grandma’s house.
I have many found memories of my times at grandma's house. I remember her teaching me to crochet, and playing games with me such as Pokeno and monopoly. I remember she grew her own mint in her garden and made me her famous mint tea. She's gone now, but she left me a heritage full of fun, laughter and a feeling of being loved!
Always and Forever Grandma!
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Sometimes the fear of the unknown has us paralyzed and unable
to choose the path we must follow.The
path to the right many have taken, it’s known, it’s easy, it’s safe and we know
what awaits us at the end of it.But is it really the best for us, does it
allow us to explore to grow?The left has
not been taken by many, we struggle to go through the overgrowth, we stumble
and fall, but we find that the end result we have grown, we have grown stronger
and because of that we know what we want and who we are.