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TToT: 97 Things of Thankful!

Just a quick post today--a post that should have gone up yesterday--to wish my grandma a wonderful 97th birthday!



I wrote a bit about Grandma here.  

I'm thankful for each of Grandma's 97 years, and I'm totally counting this as a Ten Things of Thankful post!

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Thanks for a gentle, kind, strong, determined grandma, who is a great example to me!

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Ten Things of Thankful


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  1. YES! Gorgeous :D Happy Birthday to her :D

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  2. How wonderful is she and ya'll as well? She is beautiful and I loved your little write up about her 96th... Happy 97th!

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  3. 10? I think this counts as 97 Things of Thankful! Happy birthday to your darling Grandma!

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  4. Happy birthday to your lovely Grandma! What a beautiful photo of three generations. I definitely think celebrating her 97th birthday counts as ten things of thankful all in one!

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  5. You should absolutely be thankful! My Grandmother passed at 96 when I was just really getting to know the real her, you know her real stories. I miss her a lot, sadly she wrote everything down in french, and in chicken scratch. Someday I hope to meet someone who can read French chicken scratch.

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  6. Happy Birthday, to your Grandmother!

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  7. yow! HB to GM
    amazing that 'effect' of whole generations alive at the same time, talking and being able to share directly the experience of… well like centuries and such.
    cool

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  8. I hope she had a wonderful birthday.

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  9. It most definitely counts and happy happy birthday to your grandma!!

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  10. Okay - having your grandmother at 97 is definitely something to be wonderfully thankful for! I hope it was a wonderful celebration! - Louise

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  11. Still having your grandmother with you is certainly something HUGE to be thankful for!

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