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Deanna F...


Grandmother


Grandmothers are magical and special beings. They
have be sprinkled by the wand of God.

Your Grandmother, can be the bridge to anywhere you
want to to go. Your grandmother is the one who brings
understanding, patience and wisdom.

Your Grandmother make decisions based on experience
and readily understood.

Grandmother, is the one you can trust with your innermost feelings.

Grandmother, will understand everything you go through.
Your Grandmother, is your good fairy of happiness, love,
protection and wisdom.

A grandmothers love, trust and understanding are the most
treasured gifts one can receive. In your time of need,
your Grandmother, will always be the inspiration, you can call on.

Grandmothers, like the darkness, is followed by the sun...
will always be there.

Your Grandmothers love, knows no boundaries and will love you, unconditionally, all the days of her life.

Treat your Grandmother with respect, love, and trust. Treat her as one of your most valued treasures, for that is what she is.

Grandmothers are a very special and rare gift. God created
them, for you, your children and your loved ones.

How does one spell Grandmother? L-O-V-E-.

© Deanna F

Submitted: Tuesday, December 22, 2009

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