Skip to Content

Question: Will You Tell Me a Story About Your Grandma?

Q is for Question

Question: Will You Tell Me a Story About Your Grandma?

What makes a Grandmother memorable?

Most of you who are reading this are Grandmas yourselves.

If you aren’t, maybe you HAVE a Grandma?  (Even if she is no longer on this earth, she is still your Grandma.)

Passing Down the Love is all about Grandmas and their Grandkids.

And we’d love to hear your stories.  We are trying to discover what it is that makes a Grandmother memorable.

Your own Grandma is special.

Reflecting back on the memories of your Grandma and the moments you spent together, think about what she has meant to you.  There is probably no one else, outside of your parents, who could have loved you more.

Even after you’ve grown up, there will always be fond memories associated with Grandma time.

Please consider sharing a positive story about your Grandma.  Tell me what you remember.

These stories will be between you and me unless you give me permission to share them.

So here is the short questionnaire.  What makes a Grandma memorable?

When I have received enough responses, I plan to create a post about your stories and share some of them there.

Will you tell me about your Grandma?

Thank you for taking time to connect with me about your Grandma.

Download your Coloring Page of Q Words

About MY Grandmas:

My Grandma Ruth passed away when I was 14 years old.  I have very fond memories of her, even though I grew up in a different state.  Grandma was a seamstress and worked for Bobbie Brooks Co.  She made matching outfits for me and my sister.  We were so cute!  I get my blonde hair and green eyes from her,  Because of Grandma Ruth, I felt like I belonged. – the rest of my family are brown-haired and brown-eyed.

Grandma Ruth

My Grandma Ruth

Grandma Grace

My Grandma Grace with all her Grands. I’m in the orange.

My Grandma Grace lived into her 90’s and even met several of her Great-grandkids, my boys being two of them.  She was a nurse’s aid in the hospital nursery and was there when I was born.  She lived alone for as long as I can remember, but always made room for the entire family in her small spaces any time we showed up.  Grandma made the best Christmas cookies.  Before she passed away, she gave me her Christmas tree cookie cutter and the recipe for her Brown Sugar Cookies and her Lemon Whippersnapper recipe.  She asked me, the oldest Granddaughter, to continue making these for our family after she was gone.  I am proud to say that this tradition continues today.

If you missed the previous posts in the #AtoZChallenge series, click here for the complete list.

Other posts you might like:

13 Authentic Lessons from your Grandchildren

9 Awesome Ways Having Grandkids Keeps You Young

Valuable Things I Want My Grandkids to Know

 

#AtoZChallenge Post Listing 2018
← Previous
7 Best Shower Games for a Perfect Grandmother Shower
Next →

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.