QUESTION: What is it like to have a “teen” grandchild; is it difficult or is it fun?
Gramma’s Answer: Having a teen grandchild is fun. The teenage years are times when young people start to explore and discover who they are, what’s different or the same between them and … Continue reading
Question: How does it feel to be a gramma?
Gramma’s Answer: Inside each of us is a self. You have one. It’s like a blank canvas when you’re born. It comes with a few outlines like a picture in … Continue reading
Facing the Holidays Without Gramma Who Died
This year you won’t have Gramma (or maybe Grandpa or someone else you loved very much) with you for the holidays. You can hardly stand to think about it. Everything seems different, … Continue reading
Question: How can I stay connected to my gramma?
Answer: Anyone who would ask this question probably doesn’t need me to answer it. If you’re thinking about how to stay connected, you’ll find or invent ways to do it. … Continue reading
Question: How many times have you gone to other states and countries? Why did you want to live here?
Gramma’s Answer: I have traveled across the country several times, since my family is spread out. I have spent time in Michigan, Ohio, Massachusetts, Colorado, and California. I have also … Continue reading