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The SuperGramma Cheer

Whether you are a physical grandmother or you have taken on the role of being a special mentor to young people, welcome to our community. We are so glad you’re here. Let’s start our journey as a SuperGramma by having our own little cheer. Get your cheerleader pom-poms and start shouting it out with me. […]

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Anthem of the SuperGrammas

This is a little poem I wrote.  I’ve also videotaped myself reading it, but haven’t been brave enough to put it on Youtube just yet. I’ll put a link here once I do. Anthem of the SuperGrammas Grammas come in different sizes, shapes and colors, ways of dress. Some Grammas let kids play and run […]

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Do You Need Encouragement?

Time passes so quickly. Here we are after over two years of dealing with a pandemic and we are starting to see an end to the crisis. We have all had many struggles, but guess what? We are still here, still breathing, and the sun still comes up every day. We have much to be […]

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Need Some Holiday Activities?

I’ve been feeling a bit disappointed the past few days. My youngest daughter and the three grandkids have moved four hours away and I was really looking forward to seeing them at Christmas. But someone on my grandson’s school bus tested positive for covid so everyone on the bus has been told to quarantine until […]

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Fall Leaf Craft

Creating Leaf Prints During the fall, you might see many different tree leaves on the ground. Depending where you live, you may need to visit a nearby park.  As you walk, collect a few of each type of leaf you come across. Things Required: A variety of different leaves Some watercolor paints. ● Small size […]

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Become Who You Were Meant To Be

Sometimes it seems like time is standing still, other times I feel like I’m going through the motions of this thing called life. I even have the occasional day where I’d like to sleep for a month and hope that when I wake up covid will be over – or at least the restrictions here […]

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[Podcast] Our Perception of People Governs Our Actions

I’ve been thinking these days about how our perception of people changes when we allow ourselves to get to know them. Prefer to read? The content continues below: I read about a woman who was wrongly convicted of murder and spent a number of years on death row. She said the guards weren’t allowed to […]

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[Podcast] The Troll Under the Bridge

When we bought our house it was listed as a fixer-upper since it was so long since it had been properly cared for. Once we started cleaning, we discovered many high-end feature that the builder had included, but because of neglect and abuse, it was hard to tell. Prefer to read? The content continues below: […]

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Psalm 7:10 – My Shield

Many years ago, a godly man travelled to Burma to help distribute Bibles with the Gideon society. Because of an oppressive government, all of the Gideon Bibles had been removed from the hotel rooms. One night, the man attended a meeting of the local Gideons to talk about how they could get the Bibles back […]

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Psalm 5:8 – Real Righteousness

A mouse looked through the crack in the wall to see the farmer and his wife open a package. “What food might this contain?” the mouse wondered. He was devastated to discover it was a mousetrap. Retreating to the farmyard, the mouse proclaimed the warning: “There is a mousetrap in the house! There is a […]

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