The visit to Ohio was short, but oh so sweet. Cora warmed up to Great Grandma in seconds, as if she had always known her. Great Grandma also gave her the sweetest little toy puppy, which I'm sure solidified their special bond. Cora only wanted to hold Great Grandma's hand or stand next to her during photos or at gatherings. We were also able to visit with the majority of my mom's family, whom had still never met Cora. Needless to say, Cora was loving being the center of attention!
Great Grandma, at 93, is doing incredibly well. She is now living at an assisted living home, although she is still sharp as a tack and getting around just fine and enjoying all the activities her new home offers. She is such an inspiration and I hope we can all lead such a full and loving life.
|This about sums up our drive.|
|Pretzel Goggles and Pollock.|
|Cora, and her new walking puppy which she named 'Beast.'|
|Cora, Grandma, Diane, Jeanette, Barb, Carol, Bill.|
|Cora drove this contraption back to D.C.|