It started out as just another day with her grandmother. There have been many, and they are all cherished bits of what will someday be her family history. Bit by bit, piece by piece, and story by story her family history is being created. And even though that may not be the intent or the explicit purpose when they spend time together, that is absolutely what is happening, one visit at a time.

They are both blessed, because they enjoy each other’s company. They like to spend time together, so when they can they do. There is nothing pretentious or ostentations about their days. Nonetheless, they enrich both of them immensely.

Dr. Mike McGough is a retired York College professor who currently works as a leadership consultant.

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