Posts Tagged ‘ nani ’

The life before…

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Nani and me

Nani's story, from her marriage as a 15-year-old to leading a life of a homemaker with six kids in a town she adopted as her own, had me in stitches and tears.
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Doing things just because…

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Nani -- my maternal grandmother

Every time I cut my nails, I think of Nani, my maternal grandmother. She visited us briefly every other year – couldn’t stay for long, since it was her daughter’s house. Over the years mom rationalized with her…telling her she was not a “burden” and that if she ate in our house, she wouldn’t...
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