Double Me ?

When my 10 year old granddaughter was 3, we were preparing her for Head Start by trying to teach her to say the alphabet. We would say each letter and she would repeat it. Everything was fine until we neared the end of the alphabet. When we said “U” her response was “me.” When we Continue reading →

Lunch in Bed ?

I watched my two young grandsons when they were babies.  Our favorite morning routine was go grab bowls of cereal and jump into bed and eat while watching cartoons.  One day my grandson said to me, grandma, can we do something different today?  I said sure, what?  He said Let’s have LUNCH in bed too!  Continue reading →

On Mamaw Time

Everyone who knows me, knows I am always late. No matter how early I start, I will be late getting to where I’m going. Sean is my middle grandson who is 14. Despite being a teenager, he still hangs out with his “Mamaw”. One evening, Sean, who was spending the night with us, asked if Continue reading →

Migrains to Mamograms

My daughter has frequent migrain headaches and that’s not funny, but I had to laugh when her, then 6 year old, daughter called to tell me about her first experience with inscence. Her dad brought some home and, at the disaproval of her mom, agreed to let her see what it smells like. When she Continue reading →

MY ELLIE

WHEN MY NOW 4YR OLD GRAND DAUGHTER WAS 2 I TOOK HER OVER THE RAIL ROAD TRACKS. AS IT TICKLED HER TUMMY SHE LOOKED AT ME AND SAID…. MEME YOU MADE MY TUMMY HAVE A HEART ATTACK.