Since starting, GrammaGood.com, grandmothers from all over the world have been asking for my advice on various topics, so I decided to start an advice column for GRAND readers – Ask Gramma Good!
Gramma Good is the hip matriarch of a blended family with 20 grandchildren, a cancer survivor and a wise blogger whose [...]
By: Karla Sullivan
My grandfather’s whitewashed farmhouse was located in small town, central Illinois framed by an ever-changing horizon and guarded by cornstalks. Each had grown tall with gangling arms, restive and ready to capture their trespassers, twisting their leafy fingers round and round, threatening to arrest me. I was only six years old then.
Presidential Proclamation — National Grandparents Day, 2012 NATIONAL GRANDPARENTS DAY, 2012
- – – – – – – BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION
Throughout our history, grandparents have guided their children and grandchildren through trial and triumph. For many of us, our grandparents were among our earliest teachers and [...]