Eleanor Grover, Ellie, Mom, Mamma, and what most people called you was grandma. Which was fitting because you were everybody’s grandma. The greatest one this world could ever know. It didn’t matter who they were where they came from or what they had done you accepted them into your home and into your truest loving heart. which will be missed dearly. “another potato in the pot or a pillow and blanket” that’s what you’d say as we made room for another addition into our family. To those that knew you, they knew true unconditional love. As they would cry to you and you would embrace them, and in that moment, they knew everything would be alright, they knew they had found home. Though your body may be gone, and your soul with God we will carry you with us each and every day, striving to be as selfless as you were. We will feel you in our hearts when we are happy, feel your gentle hands soothing us as we cry. We will still see your gleaming smile when we’ve done something good, and hear your voice say “it’ll be ok and I love you no matter what” when we’ve done, not so good. Your loving and nurturing nature will reside in all of us whom were blessed enough to have you in our lives.