127 Times Old People Had No Right To Be This Wholesome And Awesome

I think both of my grandmas are the cutest women on the planet. They always make sure I’m well fed, support me in whatever crazy endeavors I choose to pursue, and they are both hilarious. As both of those amazing women have shown me, we can learn a lot from our elders, like how to make the world’s best lemon bars, how to be a great parent, how to play dominoes and apparently: how to be wholesome.

Below, we’ve got one of the sweetest lists Bored Panda has ever seen, featuring photos of some of the coolest and kindest senior citizens out there. Be sure to upvote all of the photos that you find most wholesome, and then let us know in the comments what you have learned from the elders in your life. 


Keep reading to also find an interview with William Zee, one of the creators of We Love Our Granny, and then if you’re looking for another heartwarming article to read next, you can check out one featuring some of the world’s sweetest parents right here.

#1 My 82-Year-Old Grandad Sends Me A Valentines Card Every Year. His Writing Is Getting Worse Because Of His Tremor, But He Always Insists On Writing It Himself


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As you will see on this list, older people are the best. With age comes wisdom, and apparently for a lot of people, with age also comes happiness. According to one study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, the older we get, the better our mental health becomes. Rates of depression, anxiety, and stress were highest among participants in their 20s and 30s, and the oldest participants reported the highest levels of happiness, satisfaction and wellbeing. 


The study’s author, Dr. Dilip Jeste, a geriatric psychiatrist and directors of the Center on Healthy Aging at the University of California, San Diego, says that when we’re young, “There is constant peer pressure: you’re looking at others and always feeling bad that you’re not succeeding like some of them, and you feel like you have lots of choices but you’re not really making use of them.” But as we get older, perhaps we just stop worrying about that. The pressure is off, and we finally get to simply enjoy our lives.


#2 Grandpa Is Ready For Halloween


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#3 My 74-Year-Old Grandpa With COPD And I On A Roller Coaster. He Was So Excited


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Many of the individuals featured on this list are clearly making the most of their senior years. And while there is sometimes a stereotype that our youngest years are our prime time, that does not have to be true. Our retired years can be a great time to see the world, experiment with hobbies we haven’t had the time to nurture in recent years, socialize and spend time with our families. They can also be a great time to stop caring about what anybody else thinks.


While young people are often plagued with feeling pressure fit in, older individuals are likely to just accept who they are. They have realized that the opinions of others don’t matter, and they have learned how to embrace their true selves. Sure, ideally we would all come to that conclusion at a young age, but sometimes it can be hard to realize until we’ve been around the block for a few years. Then we can spend our final decades enjoying life and doing whatever we like without any fear of embarrassment or judgment from others. 


#4 My Grandmother Built A Snowman And They Both Have The Best Smiles


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#5 Every Day My Parents Play Mario Kart 64 To See Who Will Make A Cup Of Tea. They’ve Done This Religiously Since 2001


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#6 Grandpa Supporting LGBT


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To gain some insight on why senior citizens are so special and must be cherished, we reached out to William Zee, one of the creators of We Love Our Granny, a site dedicated to seniors of every age. First, we asked William what inspired him to create the site. “We started weloveourgranny.com when our own mother became quite elderly,” he told Bored Panda. “As we searched for products and services that would help the very elderly live more comfortably, and, with a higher life enjoyment, we found there were literally tens of thousands of Americans who were in their twilight years who weren’t really enjoying life at all anymore.”


“This greatly saddened us,” William continued. “These are the people who devoted their lives to giving all of us a good life. Our goal?  We wanted to see what we could do, in any small way, to increase the well being of other elderly seniors. In very short order, we found, as a society, we generally do put seniors ‘out to pasture’. Even the young and vital ones.”


“Our goal soon became: Finding ways to make senior life happier and more fulfilling,” William explained. “Regardless of how old we may be. 60 or 100. We’re happy to report: From the wonderful emails we receive, we are making a difference.”


#7 This Couple Is Simply Too Cute Together


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#8 This Old Man Is Donating Tennis Balls To The Animal Shelter


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#9 My Dad Got To Hold A 3-Week-Old Baby Goat Yesterday


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We then asked William why older individuals are so special. “The biggest asset we have as older people is experience,” he shared. “And, with decades of experience we usually acquire a very special gift: Much Greater Compassion. Except for the outright cranky ones (who may be suffering deep physical or mental pain), have you ever noticed that seniors smile at you more? Criticize you less? Have time for you? Listen to you more? Argue with you less? Praise your deeds (no matter how small) more. And, if whenever you’ve taken time to really sit and talk with seniors, have you noticed all the wonderful stories they have? This is why older people are so special.”


#10 My Dog Gets Really Anxious In The Car, So My Grandma Asked To Sit In The Back With Him. The Whole Car Ride All I Heard Was “It’s Okay, We’re Almost There Brave Boy”


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#11 My 90-Year-Old Nana And Her 23-Year-Old Cat Love Sending Me Goodnight Selfies


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#12 That’s The Power Of Grandma


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We also asked William if people often underestimate or don’t pay enough attention to senior citizens. “Definitely,” he told Bored Panda. “We are a youth oriented society, where youthful looks mean almost everything. So, as we age, we get less and less attention. Not because of who we’ve become, but because of how we look.”


“A very famous woman, whose name I unfortunately can not remember as I write this, once stated: ‘As a woman becomes older, she becomes invisible. Her youthful looks have gone, and most men will not even notice her. Old age is a very lonely place for a woman.’ What a tragic loss for those men.”


#13 We Moved To The US From India And My Grandma Can Only Speak Very Broken English But Had Me Help Correct Her And Spend Over An Hour To Write A Card In English For My Wife


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#14 My Grandmother Is 93 Years Old And Losing Her Memory But Still Can Roll Her Ravioli Dough Like A Professional


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#15 Such A Wholesome Couple


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“We think women, even more than men, just get more beautiful with age,” William told Bored Panda. “It’s true. Laugh at me if you will. But, just take a moment and look in an older woman’s eyes. Look at how deeply she can see you. Look at all the love those eyes give you. The caring. The understanding. The support. Notice their tender and soft touch. And, also notice how they are asking you for nothing other than the time you are giving them. Young women, and men, are generally green fruit.”


#16 The First Selfie My Grandpa Took With His New Phone


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#17 A Cute Amazon Review I Revisit Just For A Smile. An 88-Year-Old Woman And Her 92-Year-Old Husband Attend A Halloween Party. They Liked The Bee Costume


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#18 My Grandmother Turned 100 Last October, This Is Her Doing The Plank For 30 Seconds


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When it comes to the best things William has learned from older family members throughout his life and from his own experiences, he shared, “At first life looks like an eternity. But, it passes in an instant. Whenever you can, without hurting others, do whatever makes you happy. No one on their death bed ever said, ‘I wish I had spent more time at the office.’ Be kind. To everyone. And, practice random acts of kindness.”


#19 This Old Old Lady Was Drawing A Heart While Waiting For The Bus


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#20 At 62 Years Old, I Decided To Get Over My "I Don't Like Cats" Phase. Here Is The Result So Far


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#21 My Grandpa Eating A Sweet Strawberry


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We also asked William if there were any misconceptions about older people that he wanted to dispel. “I have found that the greatest misconception most people have about elderly people is that they are finished living. Really enjoying life with others and doing things,” he shared. “I have found that as long as an elderly person has a clear mind and at least a somewhat able body, they want to enjoy each new day as much as anyone else,” William says. “In fact they usually look forward to each adventure even more because they usually are too well aware that there may not be that many left.”


“Did you know: They still want to dance? Even from a wheelchair? A movie out is still worth dressing up for? A dinner, or lunch out never gets tiring? Time in the park by a pond or lake is still Heavenly? Conversations with a bottle of wine, or as my friend Jack preferred, a gin and tonic, are always welcome? Did you know the queen even enjoyed more than one cocktail a day?”


#22 My Grandad A Couple Weeks Ago On His 95th Birthday. He Said, "At Least Now I Can Stop Worrying About Dying Young"


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#23 This Man Is Recycling Old Picnic Coolers Into Shelters For Stray Cats For Winter. How Very Cool Is This?


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#24 For At Least 13 Years, Rain Or Shine, This Little Old Man Spends Every Morning Walking Around His Tiny Town Picking Up Trash


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“I used to have a dear friend named Christian,” William shared. “He was approaching 80. Alone most of the day. And, he seemed to look forward to nothing more than sharing a bottle of red wine in the backyard, eating sausages with his fingers, and talking. About anything!”


“He was very wealthy. He lived in a mansion in an exclusive neighborhood where I enjoyed taking my dog for walks,” William continued. “That was how we met. I lived in a tiny apartment at the time. He made no distinction. He adored my dog. He treated me like we were brothers. I could stop by his home any day at any time. His big charismatic smile was always there when I arrived. And, he was always happy to see me, share the contents of his wine cellar, hear whatever news I would bring, and tell me wonderful stories from his first home in Paris. My dear friend Christian still had a real zest for living!”


#25 After Not Seeing My Grandparents For Months, They Finally Figured Out How “To Work Facetime.” This Was My Grandpa’s Face When He Saw Me


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#26 Grandpa Is Excited


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#27 My Grandfather Has Kept A Photo Of Me In His Wallet Since I Was 5 Years Old. Surprisingly Good Condition For A 20-Year-Old Photo


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Finally, William told Bored Panda, “Enjoy your favorite seniors as much as you can. Really talk together. Do things together. Don’t let them slip away from you while they are still here. They will be gone all too soon. And, like myself, you will find you miss them terribly.”


We hope you’re enjoying this list of wholesome moments featuring seniors and that it’s reminding you to call up your parents or grandparents and ask them to grab lunch with you sometime soon. Keep upvoting the pics you find most heartwarming, and then let us know in the comments what the best life lessons you’ve learned from your elders are. And if you’re interested in hearing more wise words from William, be sure to check out We Love Our Granny right here


#28 My Nan Has Dementia And Every Day She Meets My Dog For The First Time And Falls In Love With Him Over And Over Again. I Managed To Catch One Of Those Moments


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#29 Wholesome Grandpa With Artistic Skills


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#30 My Grandma Hand Drew All Her Wrapping Paper


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#31 Found This Cat Today In The Woods


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#32 My Grandma Can't Protest On The Streets, But She Still Wants To Show Her Solidarity And Support


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#33 Go Grandma


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#34 My Nonna Wanted Me To Post This Photo On The Internet So That “Everyone In Italy Can See How Big My Tomatoes Have Gotten”


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#35 Old Man Eating By Himself At 'In-N-Out' With A Picture Of His Wife


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#36 So Wholesome Grandma


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#37 Today My 3-Year-Old Son And His 89-Year-Old Great Grandma Teamed Up To Catch Both Their First Fish. He Hooked It She Reeled It In


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#38 My 91-Year-Old Grandpa Asked To Switch Hats For A Photo... “So I Can Be ‘Cool’ Like You”


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#39 I Decided To Go Back To College In My 30s And My Grandma Sends Me A Card Every Month For Support


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#40 The Shelter I Volunteer At Has A Program That Brings Senior Cats To Visit Seniors In Nursing Homes. This Man's Face Says It All


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#41 My Graduating Class And Our 92-Year-Old Classmate


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#42 Happy Halloween


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#43 I Took The New Pup To The Nursing Home Next Door. They Instantly Became Best Friends


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#44 100 Years Apart. My Grandfather On His 103rd Birthday With My 3-Year-Old Daughter. Picture Is Priceless To Me


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#45 My Grandpa's Cat Passed Away. He Was Crushed And Didn't Want To Insensitively Replaced Her, But Was So Lonely He Let My Mom Help Him Find A New Kitten


This is the picture she sent me.


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#46 When We Come Visit, I Normally Stay At My Grandma's House. 12 Years Ago She Bought A Towel For When I'd Come. She Still Hangs The Same Duck Towel For Me When I Arrive


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#47 My Grandma Wanted To See The Ocean One Last Time Before Checking Into Hospice. Her Face Says It All


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#48 My Grandma Didn’t Want Me To Get A Tortoise. I Come Home And My Tortoise Is Wearing A Watermelon Sweater


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#49 Genius Grandpa


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#50 After Bad Storms, This Retired Old Man Goes Around Our Neighborhood And Cleans The Debris Out Of Yards And Catch Basins


When I asked him why he said “because I am retired and have the time to help”. 10/10 great dude.


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#51 This Gentleman Showed Up With Flowers And In A Tux To Visit His Wife In The Hospital For Their 57th Anniversary


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#52 My Grandpa, Everyone


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#53 My Cat Ripped Open His Favorite Toy. This Is A Photo Of My Grandma Sewing It Back Together


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#54 My Great Grandma, Who Will Be 103 On Valentine’s Day, Laughing With My 2-Month-Old Daughter


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#55 My Grandma Sends Me Fruit In The Mail Because I’m Pregnant. Today It’s Strawberries


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#56 My Grandfather Is Afraid Of Dogs, And My Dog Is Afraid Of Most Humans, But They Gave Each Other A Chance And Together They Made It Work


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#57 My Grandma Meeting Her Great Granddaughter For The First Time In A Surprise Visit


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#58 Today I Took My 74-Year-Old Best Friend And Her Miniature Shetland Pony To Their First Show And They Got First Place


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#59 My Grandpa Met Tucker For The First Time Today


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#60 Finally Came Out To My Grandpa And His Response Is So Wholesome


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#61 Quality Time With Grandpa


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#62 My 64-Year-Old Mother-In-Law's First Time In The Ocean


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#63 Cosplay Is For Everyone


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#64 5-Week-Old Hunter Snoozing Alongside His 104-Year-Old Great-Great-Grandfather Charles


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#65 This Is One Of The Last Pictures Of My Grandfather. He Passed Today At 97, And This Is Him In An Adult Swing Having A Good Time And Enjoy Life


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#66 Grandpa Makes An Amazing Cradle For His Grandson


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#67 This Old Girl Was Just Adopted From A Nearby Shelter By This Older Couple


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#68 My 98-Year-Old Grandma Has Been Making Me Birthday Cards For Years. This One Is The Most Plain Of Them All, But Meant The Most


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#69 Saw This Sweet Old Lady Passionately Describing Every Sculpture To Her Blind Husband At The Art Museum


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#70 I Was Having A Lunch With My Mom, And This Gentleman Next To Us Was Having A Coffee With His Late Wife


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#71 My Grandpa Won 1st Place In A Christmas Costume Party


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#72 My Clients, A Couple Who've Been Together For Over 40 Years, Found Out That I Like Ducks. So They Stopped By My Office For The Sole Purpose Of Bringing Me Every Duck They Owned


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#73 My Grandpa And His Old Friend Wynton (Marsalis) Braving The Cold


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#74 My Grandma Had A 10th Birthday Party For Her Dog


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#75 Went Out Fishing With My Grandpa This Evening And There Was This One Kid Who Had Some Sort Of Mental Handicap. His Rod Broke And There Were Several Knots In His Line


Not only did my grandpa completely fix his rod he untied the knots. Never been more proud of him.


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#76 My Grandma Mailed Me Homemade Cookies To College


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#77 My Oma (Grandmother) Made Me This Quilt For My Graduation. She Thought The Rainbows Would Be Good Because I’m Gay


My grandparents are new to this whole gay thing but they are doing their best.


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#78 My Grandpa Rescued An Abandoned Baby Deer


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#79 Our Grandfather (Who Has Dementia) Felt Really Sad For The Dogs Who Had To Stay Outside. So He Spent The Day Entertaining Them By Showing Them Various Paintings


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#80 Got Busted For Violating The "No Pets" Clause In My Lease. Now My Sweet Old Landlord Brings Treats For Him Every Day


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#81 My 94-Year-Old Grandpa Always Sends My Sons A $2 Bill And A Sketch For Holidays


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#82 My 102-Year-Old Great Grandma Took A Train And A Bus To Come See Her First Great Grandson Get Married. And My Youngest Brother Whom She Hasn't Seen In Over 20 Years


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#83 The 66-Year-Old Receptionist Where I Work Prints Out Memes On Paper And Puts Them On The Wall


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#84 Grandma Gifts Embroidered Childhood Drawings On Grandkid's 18th Birthday


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#85 My 88-Year-Old Grandfather Holding A Bunny For The Very First Time


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#86 My Grandpa Turned 100 Yesterday. He’s The Oldest Person In Our Family And The Most Pleasant To Be Around


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#87 My 93-Year-Old WWII Vet Grandpa Surrounded By Vets From Different Generations Telling Them His War Stories. He Was So Happy They Wanted To Listen It Made His Week


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#88 My 86-Year-Old Grandmother And Her Handmade Needle Point Chair. 25 Years In The Making And 14 Threads Per Inch. I Am Not Allowed To Sit In It


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#89 At Sonic This Man Sits Outside Of His Car In The 98 Degree Heat And Feeds His 80-Year-Old Wife Ice Cream. That's So Sweet


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#90 My 90-Year-Old Grandpa Is Sewing The Holes My Dog Made In Her Favorite Toy


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#91 My Husband Works At A Nursing Home, So Naturally He Befriended The 95-Year-Old Man Sitting Next To Him On Our 4.5 Hour Flight


In the end, the man showed him pictures on his digital camera from Christmas and told him about his family.


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#92 Born 102 Years Apart On The Same Day. My Son Gets To Meet His Great Grandma For The First Time


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#93 Grandpa Owns A Barber Shop And A Long-Time Customer Painted Him In Action. This Is Me Recreating The Painting With Him


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#94 For 30 Years, My Grandmother Used The Same Plastic Plates For Christmas. After Last Year She Only Had 7 Left, So She Framed Them And Gave One To Each Of Her 7 Grandkids


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#95 My Aunt Painted Grandpa's Hospital Gowns To Look Like He's Wearing Real Clothes, Bringing A Little Cheer To Hospice Care


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#96 My Grandma Sends Me These Every Day. She Is The Purest Thing On The Earth And We Have To Protect Her At All Costs


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#97 When My Now 3-Year-Old Son Got Cancer In 2018, My 91-Year-Old Grandmother Wanted To Get As Close To Him As She Could


She wrote down the colors of the Paw Patrol pups so she could watch it with him. I found those notes today. P.S. He’s cancer free now and they still watch Paw Patrol.

The note says:
"Red - Marshall
Yellow - Rubble
Green - Rocky
Blue - Chase
Purple - Everest
Pink - Skye
Orange - Zuma"


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#98 My Mom Sent Me This Today. It Made Me Smile, That My Smile Made My Grandfather Smile. Hopefully It Will Make You Smile


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#99 My Grandma Turns 101 Today. Here's A Photo Of Her Working Out


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#100 My Grandparents Have Been Together Since They Were 14. This Is What Forever Love Looks Like


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#101 We Adopted A Senior Saint Named Mikey Yesterday And I Think It’s Safe To Say His First Trip To Grandma’s Went Well


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#102 My Grandma Has Alzheimer's And Used To Spend The Night At Home Before Her Care Facility Went On Lockdown. This Is The First Time In Few Weeks My Grandpa Got To See Her


They are my relationship goals.


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#103 My Great Grandpa Always Showing Off And Acting Like A Kid Made Me Smile


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#104 Grandmas Are Best


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#105 Took My Grandma Out To Lunch. Isn’t She Just Radiant?


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#106 Took My Grandma To See My Grandpa. Together For 70 Years And Now Separated Due To Health Issues


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#107 My Grandma Turned 100 Today. Celebrating With My Other Grandma (93 Years Old)


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#108 My Grandpa Is 90-Years-Old And My Grandma Is 88-Years-Old. Today They Shared Their 70th Wedding Anniversary


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#109 Celebrated My Grandma's 90th Birthday Today At Her Retirement Home And I Got To Meet This Guy. His Name Is Tony. He's A Retired Doctor And He Delivered Me 33 Years Ago


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#110 My Grandpa Got Some New Glasses. He Can’t Stop Smiling And Looking At Himself In The Mirror


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#111 Grandma Recently Passed Away And My Mom Found This Card In Her House. I Gave Her 10 Cents On Her Birthday When I Was 2 And She Taped It To A Card And Kept It Her Whole Life


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#112 Took A Picture Of A Grandpa Being Excited When His Granddaughter Blew Some Bubbles


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#113 I Went To A Renaissance Fair Yesterday And Saw This Elderly Couple Dressed Up As Gnomes And Holding Hands


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#114 Wholesome Grandma Being Wholesome


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#115 My Daughter Meeting Her Great Grandma For The First Time


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#116 My Grandma Accidentally Sent Me A Text That Was Supposed To Go To My Mom. Definitely Made Me Smile


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#117 My Chinese Grandma And Her 18-Year-Old Pup In A Cart


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#118 My Grandma Wanted Me To Show The World The Giant Sunflower She Grew Last Summer


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#119 My Grandma Is 89 And Her Groom Is 86. They Met 9 Months Ago And Fell Madly In Love, Showing It's Never Too Late To Begin Again


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#120 Here Is My Great Grandma With A Picture Of Her When She Was 20. Almost 100, Half Blind And On Oxygen, But Still Kicking


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#121 My 92-Year-Old Grandpa Takes My 91-Year-Old Grandma To Dinner In Bed Every Night


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#122 My Husband's 82-Year-Old Grandpa Taking In The Eclipse On An Old Dirt Road


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#123 My Grandparents Napping Together After A Late Night Celebrating New Year's Eve


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#124 Every Year My Grandma Crochets Hats For Kids In Need. This Year One Of Her Assigned Teens Wrote That They Were Bi. She Asked Me What It Meant, And I Explained


On her own, she researched and made a hat that includes both the flag and the girl's favorite color, green.


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#125 My 95-Year-Old Grandpa And His Best Girl


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#126 Older Couple Includes Selfie In Review Of Angel Hair Pasta


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#127 My Grandfather And His Friends Recently Got Iphones


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#128 Genius Grandpa