There Is Nothing Greater Than The Love Of A Nana

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“Dear Daughter,

When God made a nana, a woman rooted in faith, love, and tenderness was created.

So pause, sweet girl, to embrace her love and take it all in.

Take a pause in knowing,

A nana is unconditional love,

and an endless amount of kisses, filled with hope.

A nana fulfills dreams,

and grants wishes, by simply knowing.

A nana is a keeper of secrets,

and an outstretched hand to hold, even on the hardest of days.

So pause, sweet girl, to embrace her love and take it all in.

A nana is a smile while playing on the floor as a toddler,

and a phone call away as a teen to share frustrations about life.

A nana is a lover of all that is good,

and a woman with a strong desire to make the world better.

A nana is forever a teacher of kindness

and an emblem of sacrifice.

So pause, sweet girl, to embrace her love and take it all in.

A nana is a beautiful bundled gift,

a gift not to be taken for granted.

A nana is a reflection of ancestors cultivating a path

while embracing the lessons of today.

A nana embraces the extraordinary

while forgiving the unimaginable.

A nana fuels the soul with laughter

and wipes away the many tears of childhood.

So pause, sweet girl, to embrace her love and take it all in.

A nana is love.

Love…

in its simplest form.

Love…

to its fullest capacity.

Love…

forever an imprint on your heart.

So pause, sweet girl, to embrace her love and take it all in.

There is nothing greater than the love of a nana.

Sweet girl, you are blessed abundantly, today and always.”

grandma and granddaughter posing together for a photo
Courtesy of Ali Flynn

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