I knew her as Nana and she was never short on smiles. Her kindness and generosity was apparent in her eyes. Always ready with a hug and a snack when we visited. Even the last time I saw her and I wasn't sure she knew who I was, it didn't matter, she always gave lots of love. She was attentive and cared for everyone around her. Nana liked to laugh and she did it often. She had great stories and was just a fun person to be around. As a child, she taught me how to make perfect eggs and what a fork in the road was, amongst other things. She also helped nurse me through my first California sunburn as a pasty little girl from the east. We talked a lot about Southern California once I moved there because she was from there and I loved learning about how things were in "the old days". I hold her fondly in my memories but wish I could have given her one more hug. She was a great Nana and I feel lucky to have known her. Thank you for reading this and sharing the experience of loving her with me. I love you Nana, and hope you are having the best time ever, wherever you are.