Actually, I’ve not been on 43 things in like FOREVER! However, I did reach this goal, I just don’t remember the date. So, I’ll add today’s date for now.
As a matter of fact, I’m drinking coffee right now. Can’t get any better than this!
Sadly, my g’ma passed away. When I got the call she was barely hanging on. I got the call on Sunday that she was really weak. They told me that she may not last until the end of the week. Then, on Monday, the dreaded call. The doctors gave her about 24 – 48 hours to live.
I panicked! Packed my clothes, grabbed the kids and headed south. The trip took me about 7 hrs. I prayed for her to hold on until I could get there. Yeah! She was still with us. I got so say goodbye, kiss her, sing to her, and pray with her. I told her I loved her and how much she meant to me.
Although she never opened her eyes, I feel in my heart she heard every word. I stroked her face and her hair and strolled down memory lane as I celebrated the life of the greatest grandma ever. Alheimer’s is a cruel and silent killer. While I slept, grandma passed away.
I am thankful for the opportunity to have been a part of her life. She blessed me in many, many ways. I can even she her in myself. Plus, I was born on her birthday! Her very first granddaughter. Now, how cool is that?
I will forever miss you grandmother. Bye-bye grandma,bye-bye!
I was able to visit my g-ma on Easter Sunday. She was so adorable. The best thing is that she recognized me and she got excited. At first, I thought she was in pain or something; however, my aunt says she grimaces when she recognizes her family. Especially, those that she hasn’t seen for a while.
G’ma even showed me her new pink shoes. She was really dressed up. New dress, earrings, hair-do and shoes! Way-to-go granny!
It was beautiful to see her smiling! I love you grandma!