It has been 6 months since she left us and man, do I ever miss her. I find myself thinking about her a lot throughout the day, mostly when I'm going about in the kitchen, baking things, also a lot when I'm out shopping.
What we ate ( I would like to point out that both Kyla and Lea are Dieticians....we eat healthy! But Lea brought THE BEST Boston Creme donuts from some shop in Martensville)
Grams was so present in our life, right down to the last weekend of her life. Her children and grandchildren were her pride and joy and she was so persistent on letting us know how much she loved us, even when she was on her last hours. She was a formidable lady and I am so grateful to have had her in my everyday life.
Tomorrow would have been her 88th birthday, so the girl cousins decided that we should get together to do something to honour her. Grams was a social butterfly and she would have been ALL over this.
I cherish the times with my cousins and sister, especially when we can all be together. We each have a version of our sweet Grams in us and it is so great to remember what a powerful force she was in our life.
Love you lots, Grams.
You can read my other posts about Grams here