It is hard to believe that only thirteen years and one day ago that we did not have our granddaughter Erin in our lives. She's smart, talented, witty, beautiful, artistic, musical, kind and sympathetic, all wrapped in a bundle of wonderful. In January, she was the seventh grade Student of the Month in her school. She does Kitty's nails, turning each into animals freehand; she also does the Kangaroo's nails but he'll put a stop to it when he gets older. Our old dog Declan bounces like a puppy when she comes in. You know those bumper stickers that say, "Ask Me About My Grandchildren"? Well, you don't have to ask me. I'll tell you anyway about all five. In detail. And today I'm telling you about Erin the Awesome. We love her and are lucky to have her in our lives.
With children and grandchildren time flies by so quickly that you want to grab each moment and cling to it forever. We're somewhere in the middle of this song and, before you know it, we'll be near the end. Here's Harry Belafonte: