Coven and Coffin Blog Hop – Dia de los Muertos – Kayla Curry remembers

Tribute to my Grandparents

by Kayla Curry

For my tribute, I’d like to look back on the two people who brought so much joy to my life. They were my grandparents–technically they were my aunt and uncle, but since I didn’t ever get to meet my grandparents, they were Gramma and Grampa to me.

October is when they’d let me help decorate their house for Halloween. When it was time to trick-or-treat at their house, my Gramma would always provide us with special goodie bags full of candy and homemade cookies. Grampa would try to jump out and scare us. He was always the kind to make you laugh.

I lost my Grampa when I was in high school and I lost Gramma about a year and a half ago. I still miss them both and I think about them all the time.

Oomph!

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About Kayla Curry

Kayla Curry lives in North Platte, Nebraska with her husband and two children. She likes spending time with family and friends when she’s not writing or planning out her conquest of the world. People who know her would say that she is sweet and kind, but her book characters would disagree. Her other hobbies include reading, metal detecting and research of local history. You can visit her website at http://www.kaylacurry.com to keep up on her progress in the Mystic Stones Series and her other works.

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2 thoughts on “Coven and Coffin Blog Hop – Dia de los Muertos – Kayla Curry remembers

  1. Hi Kayla,
    My Dad made our holidays and event days special all the time and I have passed this on to my children. Funny how we always remember back to the fun things associated with special days and times….ahhhh, great memories.

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