|Grandma's Birthday Cake|
|Aunt Barbara and Grandma during the reading of the proclamation of|
Dorothy Martin Day in Plantation, Florida
When you have lived for 100 years you will get a note from the President of the United States and the first lady. That was a joy for grandma. The envelope got water on it and causing the ink to smudge, which only proved that the envelope was hand addressed in the most perfect calligraphy. In this day and age one would assume it was done on a computer, it was that perfect, but it was not. That makes it all the more special.
|Me and dad, Jim McKenna|
|The girl cousins, Betty, Melissa, Mykie, Holly, Shebby |
with Grandma. (She wanted to wear the hat)
|Hunter collecting shells at John Lloyd Park beach|
|Hunter visits with Aunt Sharon and cousin Robby|
How old is the oldest person you know and how have you been influenced by them?