Well . . . to Tell You the Truth . . .

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Smiling, she told me, “My Gramm was still somewhat active until just before she died at the age of 104!.” She had epilepsy, so she had to deal with that, but it

didn’t hold her back.

Well, to tell you the truth, my Gram was a BADASS!”

 

 

 

 

The photos and stories in Brown Bag Letter are synchronized. To preserve personal history, my hope is that the anonymous photo and story from a different family will keep the stories of our past vibrant and not these folks to fade away.

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3 comments

    • Hahaha!! That’s awesome. I can adopt & I already have, all these grandparents! The beauty at the top of home page banner is actually my great great grandmother. My computer suggested in face recognition that she was my daughter. I had to agree, they do look alike

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