"I remember Grandpa would get on his hands and knees, we'd climb on his back, he'd growl like a bear at Grandma, she'd scream and jump up on a chair!"
"I got to live with Grandma when I went back to Ricks to work in the library. We knelt for family prayer beside our chairs at the breakfast table. On Halloween we visited her friends who were ill."
"When I was 9 or 10 Grandma told us she had a "bone to pick with us." (I thought she meant the candy called 'chicken bones.') We had stuffed weeds down her septic pipe pretending we were sending messages to China. When the septic man came he had to pull them out."
". . .our lives have been built upon the backs of many faithful women either in our generational lineage or/and as part of our membership in the church. We do have faithful grandmothers who stood strong. We are blessed because of them."