About Grandma Kc

My name is Grandma Kc. I live in sunny Southern California with my hubby, Grandpa Richard and our three cats, Twiggy, Twursula and now Shebee. We have an amazing granddaughter named Amara who recently turned 10 years old. This blog is all about her!

Happy New Year 2016

Grandma Kc wrote this on January 1st, 2016 14 Replies

May 2016 bring all of us our best year yet. And may Peace be in everyone’s heart.

Another SnowVenture

Grandma Kc wrote this on December 30th, 2015 14 Replies

Yesterday I told you about part one of our Christmas. Today I bring you part two! Amara must have asked me at least three times if the Snow had arrived yet. I reassured her it had arrived, been wrapped and was under the Christmas tree for her and Fred to open the day after Christmas. Read the Rest

Christmas Eve with Creative Kids

Grandma Kc wrote this on December 29th, 2015 24 Replies

We had a two part Christmas again this year and so Christmas was twice as fun! Let me tell you about Christmas Eve first. We always spend Christmas Eve with the Kids. Amara is lucky to have all of her grandparents close by but on holidays, it is a lot of work for Mommy & Read the Rest

The Monster at School

Grandma Kc wrote this on December 3rd, 2015 30 Replies

This is not a happy post but I feel like I have to talk about it. We are fine. Amara and her family are fine but life at Amara’s school is not fine. Some of you may have read about it already on Facebook but let me explain what I know. Last Tuesday afternoon, during Read the Rest

School Days

Grandma Kc wrote this on November 28th, 2015 29 Replies

Looking back over the last few years, I never seem to get much posted in November. November is always busy and I always get behind. So let me catch you up on what has been going on. Movie Night was actually October 30th but we will include it anyway. Movie Night is always fun and Read the Rest

Veterans Day Memories

Grandma Kc wrote this on November 11th, 2015 17 Replies

Growing up in Jonesville, Michigan Memorial Day and Veterans Day were always big events. They still are today. Memorial Day always includes The Parade and for many years my Dad, Grandpa and Uncle Dick would march, in uniform, in that parade. When Grandpa got older the three of them rode together in a jeep. I Read the Rest