Why I Love Grandmaby Gregory E. Lang
The influence of a loving grandmother on a child�s upbringing is immeasurable. Women have always centered their lives around family and the home, and grandmothers, even more than grandfathers, connect the generations of the family. "Grandma is the glue that holds the family together," writes Gregory E. Lang with his daughter, Meagan, in Why I Love Grandma: 100 Reasons.
Teacher, nurturer, family historian, and spiritual guide are among the many roles a grandmother plays. She teaches you how to do things the old-fashioned way. She remembers what others have long forgotten, and she saves what she believes will be of interest to you one day. She helps you see the significance of small but sincere gestures people make for you.
A grandmother also prides herself on spoiling her grandchildren. That�s why she cooks your favorite foods and lets you jump on the bed. And she never cares how many friends show up with you when you come to visit. Capturing the love and warmth of grandmothers in more than 40 photographs, the authors convey that life without grandmother would, indeed, be less joyful. And that is just one of the many reasons to love her and honor her contributions to the family in this special tribute.
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