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  • proper n. one's grandmother

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Examples

  • Keyrings and nicknacks and all sorts of things that made up a collection of stuff that was "Grandmummy" when you looked at it.

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  • When we'd looked at all of them, Anne said how beneficial it had been, because she no longer remembered Grandmummy as a sick frail old lady like she knew her before she died.

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  • She looked at the floor the whole service because she could not bear seeing the coffin with the image in her mind of Grandmummy on her last day, so frail and sick.

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  • She told me that she felt so stupid because she had wanted to stop and say goodbye to Grandmummy in her own way, but when it came to it, she couldn't do it.

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  • She wished she'd visited Grandmummy before she died.

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  • We found photos of Grandmummy as a little girl with a cheeky smile and a mischievious glint in her eye - Mummy exclaimed with joy when she saw it, because it was a look that Grandmummy would produce even right up to the end of her life.

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  • Well that evening, the day after the funeral, we spent hours poring over photographs again, only this time we reached the photos of Grandmummy in the second half of her life, up until her death.

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  • We laughed about memories they brought up and Anne and Mummy reminisced about lots of things from their childhood with Grandmummy.

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  • We went into the local village in the afternoon and picked up the wedding ring Grandmummy was wearing when she died, from the funeral director's.

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  • Grandmummy was kind and generous, and very sociable.

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