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Treasured Moments With My Grandpa — 6 Comments

  1. Judy,
    What a wonderful story you shared about your Grandfather.I wish all children could have the chance to learn from their grandparents & other older folk. So often children are just to busy to stop & listen & take in the great truths offered to them by experienced adults. When we are with our grand & great grand kids we try to share with them things that will mean much to them even after we have passed on.The Lord has given us a task & we must be faithful to His calling.

    • Thank you, Sylvia. You are so right – children today do seem to be so much more preoccupied and distracted with things than we were while growing up. But something tells me that their young minds are storing up more grandparent treasures than we realize right now. And we may never know how much we’ve impacted them, but God knows!

  2. I can see the love you had for your grandfather. I try to give memories to my grandkids whenever I can. It lasts all their lives as you have reminded us.

    • It really does. I often wonder what things I’ve said or done around the little ones that seem to go unnoticed at the time, but in reality they have lodged these things in their hearts. Thanks for stopping by, Terri!

    • Thanks, Kay! I wish I would have said something to my grandpa before he went to be with the Lord. Maybe he knew anyway. Wisdom develops over many years, and it’s often only in hindsight that we can find and remember the source of influence for the paths we’ve chosen.

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