Monday, November 26, 2012

Remembering Grandma Wade

Our family traveled a few hours on October 20th to remember Hubby's Grandma. We all gathered in her hometown where she was buried. There were a lot of great memories to share. Grandma Wade loved each of her children and grandchildren so much. Her greatest joy was to have us sit in her house, feed us generously, and chat for as long as we could stay. When we left, she would always send something with us.

After the memorial service, we visited a museum and spent some more time as a family.

This little home was built by Grandma Wade's Grandfather, and was the first homestead in her hometown.

Here are the fifth and sixth generations to step inside.

On the back of the house is a little stone where Grandma carved her name.

Cupcake had fun playing in the little pretend jail, and the bag swing.

She also found a friend in her cousin, Jett. The two of them played in the dirt for a long time.

Grandma would have loved seeing her family together, enjoying the beautiful weather, kids playing and adults talking. Great day.

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