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  1. Amen! It breaks my heart that our elders are not cherished as they should be in this day. So much wisdom if we would just stop and talk to them. I really enjoyed this post…♥

  2. we should always value our older ones for they are not gonna be here forever.. great post and I must say, I was touched deeply by this.

  3. You are very lucky to have spent so much time with your grandparents! I was unfortunate have them only during my childhood days where all I get from them was love… I sometimes wish I could have spent more time with them…

    I hope your grand dad is in a peaceful and happy home 🙂

  4. I’m sorry for your loss. You often hear Home is more than 4 walls. It’s something so much deeper. He was a very thoughtful and soulful man.

  5. What a beautiful tribute! We had to say goodbye to our grandma just a year ago. I was pregnant when she passed away, and when my daughter was born, we named her after the great grandma she never met. We love how, in many ways, our daughter really does remind us of grandma.

    • I am so sorry for your loss! We lost my grandfather while I was pregnant with our little one, it was so hard to go through being pregnant also and knowing he would never meet his great grand father. We lost my grandmother a few years ago and my little one has her eyes, it’s so amazing to already ‘see them’ in him!

  6. 91 years o this earth the things he must have seen, the people he must have met and the lives he must have impacted. What a great way to celebrate his birthday

  7. Thanks for sharing! The legacy within a family is a truly beautiful thing, especially when grounded in such wisdom. It inspires me to create a strong foundation in my own little family.

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