Good Wednesday-Friday Fictioneers Day, my Peeps! This lovely photo by Fatima Fakir Deria brought to mind my beloved late grandmother, Noëlla, who also happened to be my godmother. She was definitely my hero and how she managed to do what she did always amazed me. So many stories told, and quite matter-of-factly. She just did what she had to do. I am very proud to say I inherited that from her.
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Tell Me a Story, Mémère
It was a perfect day to accompany her grandmother outside for a stroll.
“How about we sit here in the shade, Mémère?”
“Looks like the perfect spot, Suzie.”
“Please, tell me some of your stories of how you managed to survive with six kids, living in the woods, with barely nothing.”
“Aren’t you tired of hearing them?”
“Not even close. I want to record you so I can write them into a book. Would you like that?”
“Silly girl, I’m just ordinary.”
“Au contraire, Mémère. You are my hero. You were way ahead of your time.”
“Hmmm… Where to start….”
Sadly, I never got around to recording her stories. She died in 2009, at age 92, three months’ shy of her 93rd birthday