I made this page about my grandma. It's simple - just like her. It reads: "People are asked, at least once in their lifetime, who it is that has influenced them most. For me, that person is you. Some of my earliest memories have you in them - eating corn you had just picked out of your garden on a warm summer evening, dancing with you & my sisters to Harry Nilsson songs in your living room, and you playing your autoharp every Christmas as we all sang along. And now that I'm older, I have so many more memories to hold dear. You were at my graduation from Ricks College and you visited me in the hospital when Carter & Noah were born. Even though we are often separated by miles, you have always been there for me. It is from you that I learned how to cook - amazed that you never used recipes for anything, yet your food was always delicious. It is from you that I learned to dip my PB&J sandwiches in chocolate milk & to use dandelion stems as straws. And it's because of you that I love movies like "The Sound of Music" and "Mary Poppins. It is from you that I have learned how to be strong. I have only seen you cry twice in my life - once when Mom remarried & we left you & Grandpa in PA to start a new life in CA (you had practically raised my sisters & I and it was so hard to leave you) and once when Grandpa died. You are a strong woman. There is something so special about "going to Grandma's" for Sunday dinner. We love to sit & visit in the living room after our meal and tell you about our lives & things that are important to us. We know you are truly listening. Even now that I'm all grown up, your smiles are just as sweet, your hugs are just as tight, & your love for me is just as unconditional. One day, I hope to be to the world the kind of woman that you have been to me."