...My cute Grandma was born!! I can't believe she is 90, only a decade away from a century. Her older sister lived to be 95, she passed away in 2008.
Even though I had an older Grandma than majority of my peers going up, I wouldn't trade her for a younger one. I really feel she is a major reason why I developed a love for old things. When I would have sleep overs, Grandma would love to recount all the times she visited her Grandma on the family farm in Canada. She would tell me about all the different things they did on the farm and how she would play the organ for her Grandma, who called her Maggie. When I got a little older, Grandma brought out the letters she had saved that her Grandma wrote her. I loved reading them and dreaming about what it must have been like back then.
Even though Grandma has become pretty forgetful in the last two years, she can still remember her time spent on the farm like it was yesterday. I guess it's true, somethings you never forget!
Dress: Mother Fletchers
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