My sweet little bright eyed granddaughter. Full of joy, energy and pure excitement. Every time she sees me all she wants to do is lambaste me. Her strong, bony little arms wrapped tightly around my neck hanging like an indoor plant. She giggles so happily. Next, she wants to hang upside down with Grammy holding her by her ankles. She jumps on my chest as if I’m a trampoline, oblivious to my screeches. But I suck my stomach in along with my pride. It’s all in a day of being Grammy.
Please Feel Free to Lambaste Me, Granddaughter©
By Felina Silver Robinson
Published by Felina
I'm a wife, a mother, a writer, and a friend. I enjoy sharing feelings, experiences and my poetry. There are many things that I am good at, but I'm sure there are just as many things that I am bad at. I try hard not to judge for we know no one is perfect. I can however say that although I have a great deal of patience, sometimes the patience tank runs dry. If you value me, I will always value you.
Here I will share some of my poetry, my opinions along with some of my stories. I hope you enjoy(ed) your visit to poetsareangels.com. If you read and liked what you saw, please hit the LIKE button. Always feel free to leave friendly comments. Please no vulgarity as my teenagers frequent this site. "Happiness is the pathway to a memorable existence." Felina
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