Sincerely 'Fro Me to You...

Meet Alice.
She was one heck of a grandma.
She really new how to spoil her grandkids!
She is the only person who allowed me to suck my thumb whenever!
She could whip up some delicious biscuits & gravy.
She made the sweetest tea ever.
And she let us drink as much tea as we wanted!
She was so petite and drove the longest car I've ever seen.
She always had Avon cold-cream for her beautiful hands.
I loved taking the rollers out of her hair after she went to the beauty salon.
She always had Wonder Bread in her bread drawer...yum!
She would only put 3 inches of water in the tub so we wouldn't drown!
She insisted on cutting our bangs all the time & they were always crooked!
I would always lay on the opposite end of the couch and take naps with her....feet to feet.
She loved to play the same slot machine at the local casino!
Some of the best times at her house, as a child and an adult, were on the front porch.
Here she is sharing that memory with my oldest daughter, sweet tea & Grandma's love, on the front porch!
She is missed. very. much.
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We are THAT Family said...

Ahhh....that reminded me so much of my Grandma. Except mine made instant tea-yuck! I would have loved to taste your Grandma's tea.

You have such great memories and you painted a wonderful picture of her. She would be proud of you! Thanks for playing along! Happy Mother's Day!

Happy Mommy said...

What a great picture! I know she probably gave ya'll, the caffeine kind to, didn't she! Grandmas are wonderful!

Darla said...

You are so fortunate to have gotten to know your g'ma. You are blessed.

P.S. He loves you... said...

Now that is good stuff...Thx for sharing!

The Apron Queen said...

Aww. You reminded me of all the wonderful grandparents in my life. And the wonderful grandparents my kids have. Nothing beats a glass of homemade sweet tea either! :D

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Becky said...

My grandma used to have me take the rollers out of her hair too!

In fact, I also got to paint her fingernails and toenails...any color I wanted, usually blue or purple (yuck) and I would paint all the way up to the knuckle!

She just let me though...as she sat their with her hair removal cream on her upper lip.

Ah, grandmas and memories.

jennifer said...

I enjoyed meeting Alice, the Grandma. Your laundry list of why she is so fabulous was a great way to do this post. I may have to Bloglift your technique!

Great post!


WorldsGreatestMommy said...


Such sweet memories. Happy Mother's Day!

MaryLu said...

Oh, sweet!
Love the 3 inch of water rule!
Thanks for sharing her with all of us.

Anonymous said...

What a sweet tribute to your grandma. It brings back a lot of memories of mine. Thanks.

Dee said...

I wish I had a grandma like that. Alas I never known a Grandmothers closeness or love. :(

Valarie said...

Those are some wonderful words about your Grandma. Thats such a sweet picture of your daughter and her. :)

Tammy said...

What a sweet picture! She sounds like a wonderful person. My mom's mom made sweet tea SOOOO sweet a spoon would stand up in it.

Thanks for stopping by my site too. I turned 40 last month and my husband threw me a party. I had put together the slide show for all to enjoy. So that's how I ended up with all those fab-plaid photos! :-)

LifeatTheCircus said...

What a sweet post on your Grandma. Makes me miss mine!