Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Wednesday's Walk - My Grandma

This is my Wednesday's Walk remembering my Grandma Zollars (my Mom's Mother ). Her birthday would have been this coming Friday July 24. She was so very special to me. As a child I spent alot of time with my grandparents. I used to go & stay at least 3 wks out of the summer & I always had so much fun. I loved spending time with Grandma cause she was always teaching me how to do something & I learned how to cook from her. I remember one time making homemade noodles & drying them & cooking them. They used to take care of the church they attended , all the cleaning & also the cemetary, mowing & the up keep of that. I always loved helping. My Grandma played the piano at the church to. She was a woman of God & when she passed away will be 10 yrs this September, she never wore a pair of pants. Always wore a dress. Also she didn't have a diamond ring , Grandpa gave her a Ruby ring when they got engaged. Just some neat things I remember about her. I really miss her & I value all she taught me on those summer visits to Grandma's House. Also everytime I hear the song How Great Thou Art & Amazing Grace those were her favorites, I feel like she is right there w/ me. Happy Birthday Grandma , I Love You & Miss You So Much.


Holly said...

Your Grandma sounds so nice. I imagine you had so many wonderful times together!!

Christina said...

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Lynnette Kraft said...

Your Grandma sounds simply wonderful. :) You know, I never understood why people dried their egg noodles. Do you think that was so they could store them? When I make them I just cut 'em up and throw them in the boiling water. Did your grandma ever tell you why you dry them?

Thanks for sharing her with us. :)

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