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Grandma 100 Birthday

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S: 100 Things We Love About Grandma

FC: 100 Things We Love About Grandma June 6, 2014

1: For Grandma on her 100th birthday ... From your adoring grandchildren, who love you very much Scott, Susan, Eric, Randi, Allison & Lowell (in order of appearance)

2: #1 Raising our parents to be great parents

3: #2 Walking down the aisle at all of our weddings

4: #3 Making parenting look easy

5: #4 Still having more energy to dance than we do

6: #5 Being a wonderful wife

7: #6 Taking us to the circus | #7 Fun times at Kutsher's

8: #8 Bringing us Mauzone’s fried chicken | #9 Letting us jump on the bed sometimes

9: #10 Best Chicken Soup Ever | (secret ingredient: Dill)

10: #11 Teaching us what a “pepik" is | #12 Taking me on a tour of Penn

11: #13 Showing us how to stay beautiful with age

12: #14 The “Made by Grandma” label on our tallis cases

13: #15 Making enough brownies to share with the entire office | #16 Still doing our dad’s laundry, even though he is over 70 years old

14: #17 Preserving for us the traditions of the past

15: #18 Fiddler on the Roof!

16: #19 Giving us a warm break from winter for 30 consecutive years

17: #20 By supporting the Mets, teaching us to understand that sometimes losing can be part of the fun

18: #22 Hand-knit sweaters | #21 Playing the quarter machines at Coney Island

19: #23 Teaching us that cooked carrots can be yummy, not yucky

20: #24 Making me softboiled eggs- yum! | # 25 Sleepovers

21: #26 Being a good friend

22: #27 Being a wonderful great-grandmother

24: #28 Playing Casino for a penny a point | #29 Soup Cereal

25: #30 Making a good-natured ruckus when we jumped up on the beds yelling "vanish"

26: #31 Teaching me how to do needlepoint | #32 Skee-Ball!

27: #33 Making me a cape for Halloween

28: #34 Stocking the refrigerator with apple juice

29: #35 Teaching me how to do horse reign | #36 Taking us for falafel

30: #37 Telling us stories about our parents ...

31: #38 ... And stories about your parents

32: #39 Buying enough chocolate covered Passover marshmallows to last all year

33: #40 Chasing Warren and Kenny with your shoe in hand | #41 Always being happy to hear from us when we call

34: #42 Bringing your singing voice to the rest of our out-of-tune family for Hanukah songs

35: #43 Taking care of Bucky

36: #44 Teaching us how to shuffle and "make the bridge"

37: #45 Crocheting our banks | #46 Showing us one can snorkel at any age

38: #47 Singing to us "It ain't gonna rain no more" | #48 Stocking the freezer with ice cream

39: #49 Singing to us "Mares eat oats and does eat oats" | #50 Knitting yarmulkes for your great grandchildren

40: #51 Endless offers of snacks/treats when we visit

41: #52 Getting down on the floor to play with your great grandchildren | #53 The way you tickle feet

42: #54 Watching Peppy and her (surprise!) eggs

43: #55 Introducing us to rice pudding | #56 Hosting amazing seders when we were little

44: #57 Helping us make friends at the pool during holiday visits

45: #58 A very sweet card ("Boo!") with a $10 bill on every Halloween

46: #59 Setting a good example

47: #60 Stories about the bungalow colony

48: #61 Letting us play with the "old penny" jar (until it got stolen)

49: #62 Keeping our parents Howdy Doody dolls for us to play with

50: #63 Always keeping clippings of our achievements on the refrigerator door

51: #64 Trips to Nunley's Amusement Park | #65 Teaching us to play stoop ball

52: #66 Being our Valentine every year

53: #67 Feeding us and feeding us and feeding us some more | #68 Teaching us how to play shuffleboard

54: #69 Always having jell-o ready when we come to visit (even as adults) | #70 Letting me practice putting makeup on your face and painting your nails

55: #71 Coming to all our school plays, graduations special events

56: #72 Mac and cheese with tomato soup | #73 Teaching us how to make rubberband balls

57: #74 Baked apples | #75 Shopping at Macy's at the Freehold Mall

58: #76 All the fun stuff in the basement in Queens (like the old tv & Life magazines)

59: #78 Wearing my hand me-down sneakers and coats | #77 Letting me drink coffee from the bottom of your cup when I was little

60: #79 Taking us to Friendly's for dinner and ice cream sundaes | #80 Writing countless letters to sleep-away camp

61: #81 Having a great sense of humor

62: #82 Always being active and a good athlete

63: #83 Baking blueberry buckle | #84 Packing and unpacking endless boxes for many moves

64: #85 Knitting matching sweaters for me and my Cabbage Patch Dolls

65: #86 Always being there and listening | #87 Yummy chocolate chip cookies

66: #88 Hosting our friends for "Spring Break" (and calling security when we were late getting home)

67: #89 Taking us to the movies (Caddyshack! Silver Streak!)

68: #90 Telling us stories about the Great Depression

69: #91 Being there for all the bar and bat mitzvahs

70: #92 Having fun with your siblings

71: #93 Gathering the plastic discs from amidst the ivy.

72: #94 Letting me practice by cleaning out your ear wax | #95 Your love of giving great grandkids milk to drink

73: #96 Still flipping your own mattresses | #97 Winning a free throw contest in your 90's

74: #98 Loving all of your grandkids equally (even the ones that didn't become doctors)

75: #99 Teaching us to take everything in stride

76: #100 Providing a foundation to the family for our entire lives

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