Happy 100th Birthday, Grandma Green

Happy Birthday Grandma Green
Happy Birthday Grandma Green

Today marks the 100th anniversary of my Grandma Green’s birth. I’ll celebrate by making macaroni & cheese and tuna fish for dinner because we discovered that taste treat together when I stayed with her in Chetek, Wisconsin one summer. I’ll also make banana milkshakes because she and I used to drink those and play cribbage. I’m not sure cribbage is in the plan for tonight, but you never know.

I wrote about Grandma Green last year on her birthday, so check that post out for more.

She had a huge influence on my life and I’m grateful for every moment I spent with her. I think about her often, and always with love.

Happy Birthday Grandma. I love you.

Here are some photos of her life:

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3 thoughts on “Happy 100th Birthday, Grandma Green

  1. How wonderful to have your Grandma in your life at this advanced age. Three my grandparents died before I was born and the fourth when I was a toddler so I really didn’t know them. My parents and their siblings have been gone for decades and I wish they were still around. Happy 100th to Grandma Green. She looks marvelous 😉
    Hugs and blessings,
    .-= storyteller at Sacred Ruminations´s last blog ..Shadow Shot Sunday – Mosaic & Blue Monday =-.

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