Pauline Dhir (grandaughter)
Dearest Ma, as I sit and reflect on your passing, many memories come flooding to mind. The school vacations we spent with you, baking cakes and swapping receipes are a couple of things that I remember. They were great times to cherish.
Now I am crying and can't see what I am typing!
OK...you taught us so many things which we will pass on to the many generations and in doing so your legacy will live on. A few years ago, I was watching Raj(my husband) doing the dishes and had to tell him he was doing it in the wrong order...he looked at me confused. I said glasses/cups first, plates and bowls next, followed by cutlery and pots and pans last. He asked who told me that. My reply...my grandmother. I still fold clothes the way she showed me when I was little and she specially taught me how to fold shirts like in the store.
There are many more wonderful memories like these and the telling off (which wasn't so great)...but that is who Ma was. She never hesitated to correct you when you were doing the wrong thing.
She was a support for us all and helped in any way she could.
Rohan says he needs to go to America to make sure great-grandma is ok. He doesn't fully understand that he won't see her again.
We love you Ma and always will...have a rest with the angels...until we meet again xx
Wednesday June 21, 2017 at 2:40 pm