My Grandma’s Story
We all have a history and they are many people in our lives that play a part in it. My family plays a big part in mine. That’s why I’m excited to share my guest with you today. It’s my Grandmother.
I sat down with my Grandma to talk about some of her family history. We chat about what it was like to grow up in the depression in a small town, her first job, bank accounts, and the day she found out about Pearl Harbor. We also discuss her meeting my Grandfather who was a ball turret gunner during World War II.
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- How I had my Grandma’s birthplace wrong
- What my Grandma remembers most about my Great Grandparents
- Money principles growing up in the 30s
- How parents taught money lessons
- Her first job and working in the 40s
- First bank account and what she did with her money before then
- How my Grandparents met
- How my Grandparents managed money
- What they did when money got tight
- What she wishes she knew about money back then that she knows now
- Where my Grandma was when she found out about Pearl Harbor and what she did
- What her local community did for those joining the military
- What my Grandma thinks is the key to a good life
- The best advice she’s ever received
- My Grandma’s favorite memory of me
- What she wants me and my siblings to remember most
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