When Grammie passed away, Chloe’s classmate sighed and told her – “no more apples and plums from now on?” it was really cute – kids eh! so we made sure that this year even without Grammie, we brought Chloe to the apple farm at Wallace Brothers in Port Maitland and bought 2 huge bags of apples and 2 boxes of plums for Chloe and her classmates. The school and teachers welcome all kind of healthy stuff for the kids and I loved getting it for them.
Andy the owner of Wallace Apple Farm told me that they missed Grammie everyday and every minute – my heart just felt like crying and of course Chloe went home crying for her grammie that night. Oh my! so sad ! For those who are not aware of this – Chloe’s Grammie – Olivette passed away in February this year – suddenly – due to liver cancer. By the time she diagnosed nothing can be done, she left within 2.5 weeks.
The apple farm is one of Chloe’s connection and memories of the times she went there with her Grammie – Grammie was really a hard worker, she would never miss a day at the Apple Farm and was always ready to go help when the Apple Farm needed her. Many a times before Grammie passed away, I would tell her to spend more time with Chloe first thru’ PB but she didn’t. I’m guessing it’s because she never knew she was going to be gone so soon. For those out there, make sure you spend time with your loved ones and don’t let a moment slip by regretting not spending enough time with them.