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Okay, so yesterday I talked about how it would have been my mother's 84th birthday... aging, and not wanting to live forever.

So yesterday 5 of the 8 grandchildren were over - as they're eating lunch out of the blue Bradley(12 years old) says, " Can I have your Bob's Big Boy when you die?"
My first thought was, does he know something I don't know?

"Um, sure." I responded. Those two words was all it took for two other grandchildren to start calling dibs on my bed and everything else they apparently have been eyeing over the years. Bradley even added to his list as he walked to the sink and saw my rhinestone turtle sitting on the counter  - "Hey Grandma, can I have that too?"

I know about now you probably have a not so pretty visual of my house with Bob's Big Boy and the turtle, but each item has a specific spot that goes with the area. I have an Eclectic home -  created for those individuals who love too many styles and colored out of the lines as a kid.                                                                              

I'm just happy someone wants my crap.

Hugs & Love... enjoy your Wednesday!


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