About

Welcome to my personal blog.  I decided I wanted to give my thoughts and words to the world and hope they have some meaning and memories to grandparents (and others) everywhere. I am retired (37.5 years with the …..), mother of two and grandmother of five. My maiden name was Scaling and I was married to Tilford N. Tucker (see post “the words say it all” ).  I raised and put two great children through college so I have a lot of experiences to build on. After retirement I became assistant webmaster (working for my son) for some of our family websites. Here is my “about me” page.
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3 comments

  • I read your first post and the blog looks great. I did not see a place to comment under the post with the picture of the azalea bush. I have one that bloomed this year for the first time since I have been here. It must be a good year for them. Have a good week.

  • I love your blog love Piper

  • Would you consider using the following short post as a guest post from me? Or maybe just giving NanaHood a shout out with a link to my post today (very similar to what I’m sending you). National Grandparent’s Day is Sunday and this is my way of trying to connect the generations.

    Best to you!
    Teresa

    Grab a Grandma and Give Her A Hug
    Teresa Bell Kindred
    In 1978 President Jimmy Carter declared the first Sunday after Labor Day National Grandparent’s Day. In 1978 I was in my early 20’s. I probably didn’t even notice his declaration, but I always loved and respected my grandparents.
    When I was young I thought everyone grew up with a mom and a dad in the house and loving grandparents right down the road. Then I went away to college and quickly learned that wasn’t the case.
    One of the goals of NanaHood is to connect the generations. It really does take a village to raise a child and parents need all the help and support they can get. Another goal is to remind grandparents (and moms and dads) of the positive difference a supportive grandparent can make in the life of a child. In my case it was my maternal grandmother who taught me so many life lessons with her kindness, gentle spirit and patience.
    If you are lucky enough to still have your grandparents (near or far) go visit them if you can. If not, call them this Sunday or send a card. I know they will appreciate it!
    Help a Nana celebrate NanaHood. It really is grand to be a grandparent!

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