There is not alot of things that I could say in 3000 words or less to sum up someone that deserves such admiration. The funny thing is, that old saying, "You don't know what you have till it's gone." rings ever so true in times like these. She has always been one of the nicest people I have ever known, afterall, that's what Grammas do, but I never really realized the strength that she possessed. In a time that things were not clear to her in her own mind, she was not about to let on a thing was wrong. She was a very independant person and loved her family more than anything. She often doted on us, but once again, that's what Grammas do. I wasn't born her grand daughter, but I was never treated as anything less. She will be dearly missed by all of us and I thank God for taking her pain away and bringing her home. Mostly, I thank him for giving her to us and letting us all of the chance to say goodbye.