Things I Love from Older Generations, part one

Condolence cards.

I think these are possibly the best idea ever.

My grandma’s brother died last Monday.

Since then, she has received between 5 and 10 hand-written condolence cards.

They aren’t much, usually just a “Thinking of you,” but I think they are quite special.

What do we have now?

Probs a text that reads: ” Sry ur gma died. Sux. 😥 “

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2 thoughts on “Things I Love from Older Generations, part one

  1. Rikki King says:

    any casseroles? i always envied families on TV and in books whose fridge and cupboards swelled with food after a death. it seems so cloying and lovely.

  2. Rachelle says:

    my family has received those as well about my gramma… they make me cry but in a good way.

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