Being a grandmother is only a beginning for me, and I take it as a grave responsibility. Believe me my children, grandchildren and now great-grandchildren watch how I take life. How I live it, enjoy it and as I age I’m sure they will watch how I handle death. It was and still is all new to me to, but to tell you the truth I’m kind of proud of my journey. This made me miss my mom so much. My daughters are only 1 and Dallas Cowboys-Patriots fueled by haters shirt and I lost my mom 3 months ago. She adored them. I am so sad she won’t be here to see them get older. She was amazing and my girls loved her so much. I hope my oldest holds on to some memories, but I wish it could be more. Those of you who have grandchildren and great-grandchildren should feel so happy. Spend all the time you can with them
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I’m 68. I have three grandchildren and am a big part of their lives. Their mom (my daughter and only child) is a single mom recently divorced. I’m therefore in their lives more now than ever before, and in a big way. Although I live in my own apt, I am helping my Dallas Cowboys-Patriots fueled by haters shirt with the daily work routine cooking cleaning laundry and have become an integral part of our little (now) extended family. I do think about what they will be doing when I’m gone and find myself with for lack of a better description a future vision of them with children around, happy faces, cheery holiday scenes etc and for whatever reason, I find a great deal of comfort in that. I know they will miss me, they’ll have fond memories, and of course laugh at memories of me, like running to the bathroom yelling, “Outta the way I have to pee!” And, the times I’ve inquired “Okay! Who cut the cheese?”
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I think that grandmothers, in their infinite wisdom, know something bigger. Bigger than I won’t get to see them graduate or get married or live to see great-grandchildren. I sense there is more of a collective understanding, perhaps unfounded, but none the less, a concern that the world may not be inhabitable for future generations. Our future generations. I don’t try to keep this thought at bay, but rather try to keep grounded and live more at the moment. So, as I run to the bathroom yelling, “Outta my way! I have to pee!” And my grandchildren are snickering and laughing, I’m feeling pretty good about our lives right at the moment, and strive to make more moments in the here and now. I don’t worry about how they’ll live their future lives it’s not in my life’s plan. They’ll probably stick together, raise their beautiful children and have peaceful lives at least that’s how I see it in my visions.