My Grandmother Zoa died on August 16, 2019. She was 72 years old and did the Nice Never Give Up Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Shirt best she could with what life gave her. She loved to cook and she loved to throw parties. Our house always had themes for the seasons, and our kitchen was filled with apples. Grandma would make little cheesecakes and lemon tarts on Christmas and would make the entire Thanksgiving feast by herself. She barbecued on the 4th, and decorated eggs with us on Easter. She wasn’t perfect and lost some friends from her nasty attitude and her lack of a filter
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Here is the link to her GoFundMe for our family. If Nice Never Give Up Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Shirt you would like to know more about her, I have written as much as I know. Thank you for your time and I hope you enjoy the read. She taught in an elementary school for several years and met her love, Frank (my Grandpa) sometime in the ’60s. From stories I have heard, Grandma was the life of the party. She and her Cuban friends would bring the booze and the band and get the flow going!
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Anyway, Zoa and Frank lived and loved in Manhattan until my mother was born in Nice Never Give Up Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Shirt 1972. She decided to move to Las Vegas to be with her mother (my Great Grandmother), and try and start fresh again. Vegas was cheaper and offered a different lifestyle than California. Why did they move? I have no idea, but good thing they did, because my mother met my father and gave birth to me and my sister.