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RE: Weather now grandkids

Sometimes the past influences us too much... My grandmother died when I
was one, so I have no recollection of her. The other one was too busy
(or something)to be around till she got older and an injury made her
bedridden. We became friends during the 8 years of her illness...
listening to her stories and enjoying her company, I wish she would have
been around while I was growing up.

But every family is different, as is every situation, and I am sure you
know what is best for you.


> Donna, I suffered so from visits by my super-critical mother-in-law,
> never approved of anything I ever did, that I swore I'd never do that
> my
> children.  I try to get to see the kids at least once a year - though
> not always
> successful.  My oldest son's wife is not cordial, so I maintain a very
> careful distance there.  I'm always careful to be as helpful and
> as I can
> be of anything, even though I don't always feel that way deep down.
> Auralie

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