My Mom used to make zucchini relish from young unpeeled zucchini that tasted just as good as anything you bought in the store, if you're into canning!
My father always sang "Bill Grogan's goat" to us on long road trips! 😀
I don't know where you live, but you can get the last laugh by reporting them to the Better Business Bureau, or whatever government entity you have in your area, and have your grandkids help you get on the internet and give them a bad review, if they have an internet presence. Don't get sad, get mad!! You haven't lived this long by being a push over, I would imagine!
Show them how us older women handle disrespectful young people!
Now you can enjoy Mother's Day! So happy for you and Tara!
Those eyes!!! I bet he's hard to say "no" to!
Welcome from the south end of the Salt Lake Valley!
My Mom passed last year and I miss talking to her, but I know I will see her again and that gives me solace. I'm glad you still have your wonderful memories.
As a breast cancer survivor, I very much sympathize with you, but with your attitude and faith, you will be fine. When I was contemplating my mortality, all I could think about was the cool people I would be able to meet from family members to Elvis Presley. :-) It didn't come to that, but it was fun to think about and kept me distracted. Good luck to you and you have my prayers for a positive outcome. Someday, your daughter will realize how selfish she is being when her kids do the same thing to her.
Don't worry...spring is coming! Welcome to the forum, also from Utah.
My favorite analogy of knitting is the fact that from a distance your knitted fabric looks like one cohesive mass, and when you look closely you can see each individual stitch. BUT conversely, if one stitch is missing, your knitted fabric is no longer cohesive and uniform. What is the analogy? Our society needs everyone...all backgrounds, colors, nationalities, religions, sexual identities, in order to be a beautifully strong and functional unit. I hope you get what I mean.