The Ramblings of a Former Caregiver
Very nice! Love your stationary, too!
So sweet! I am sure you shared it with them?? They are great kids being raised by a wonderful woman!betty
Thank you Betty! Yes, I shared it with them! They are good kids. It hasn't been easy but we have survived it so far!
That made me cry! How precious you are, how kind and good. Those words you gave them are better than lumps of purest gold.
Thank you Dame!
What a sweet gesture ... and so encouraging!I can almost imagine Darian and Harley sharing this with their own sons and daughters someday.
Wouldn't that be nice if that were to happen? LOL! It won't! I know these two. LOL
What a good example you set by writing your grands. They will have it to read over and over when they need it. I hope they write a letter back to you!
I would love it if they wrote a letter back to me. But this is the generation of technology. I will get a text message LOL
That is so very sweet!! You are amazing and they are so blessed to have you! And the other way around too! xoxo
Yes, I have been blessed to have them.
How sweet. They both have birthdays in the same week? Wow.
Yep. And so soon after Christmas! What a pain!
Hi Paula - a lovely tribute to those two young adults - their lives are ahead of them ... you've all done a great job together .. well done. Happy years ahead - cheers Hilary
Thank you Hilary! Good times ahead of us all!!
I echo others when I say what a lovely thing to do - too many times we don't say what is in our hearts and having a letter allows others to know what we really thought and will surely be something both of your grandchildren treasure for the rest of their lives :) Special Teaching at Pempi’s Palace
What lucky kids to have Granny step in and take over when Mom and Dad dropped the ball.
I love to hear what you might think. Leave me a comment. I guarantee though that I will delete your comment if you are just here to cause trouble. So tread lightly!