2 April, 2021 | By Magnus Frejd |
My grandmother that is 81-year-old Eleanor not really a wallflower. She actually is equal parts blunt and charming, a real believer in both fighting for the underdog and planning 3 times the maximum amount of meals as needed for any provided dinner.
In the event that you came across her, she’d befriend you in five full minutes or less before straight away welcoming your whole household over when it comes to biggest dinner you have ever seen. In reality, I can tell you exactly what you’d find: a lifetime supply of Ricola cough drops, a stockpile of her favorite snacks from Trader Joe’s, and a plethora of heartfelt cards she often gets from the countless women and families she helped during her decades as a social worker if you were to walk into her kitchen right now.