My two really cute and wonderful grand daughters showed me around, shared their time with me and served me doughnuts. The girls had to fill out a sheet with questions about me that they did not know, such as my first job... which was working at a canning factory. When the peas rolled down the conveyor belt we had to pick off the weeds
and grasshopper heads, and when the cans got stuck I had to poke them with a stick to get them rolling again. Another thing we did was fill out an acrostic puzzle using the
word GRANDPARENTS. Isabelle wrote G is for great, R is for radical, A is for awesome, N is for nice, P is for perfect, A is for artist, R is for ruff (the sound my dog makes) E is for elegant, N is for nutty (describing Wayne), T is for talented and S is for stupendous. Now who could not love a girl like that?
We also drew the outlines of our hands, mine first and theirs on top of mine. We added fingernails and a ring to make it cuter. Then they were told to write a letter to me. Isabelle wrote: Dear Joan, (not Grandma) You are the best grandma ever. I like having sleepovers with you. I love having dinner with you on Sundays.
You and grandpa make the best dinners ever. Love always, Isabelle. Then she drew a happy face with sparkling teeth. Millie took her papers home so I didn't have them here to copy but hers were just as sweet.
Isabelle and Me
Millie and me
Sweet Millie Moo
The Yarro sistersIsabelle is age 11 and Millie is 7