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RE: If winter comes...

Well Auralie....

You summed it up pretty well.... It is their life and as much as we want
to grab a hold of them and say-- Listen, you are missing out on..... 

We have to bite our tongues and hope soon they will see the light. Of
course, grandkids need at least a month vacation at the grandparents
yearly... so they can spoil them.. keeps things in balance LOL! :)


>   It's just that she is such a rigid perfectionist that
> everything has to be lined up in a straight line.  She is a very
> girl,
> and
> pretty, and my son adores her, so it's none of my business.  I just
> people like that miss so much pleasure in the world by worrying about
> things that are not the way they would make them if they were in
> I'm concerned that she will not let my grandson be a "real boy," but
> try to make him perfect too.

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