Terry Hull writes these wise and beautiful words, eulogizing his paternal Grandmother, who died Tuesday at the age  of 105:

Like all of us, she mellowed with age. She was cheerful. She had a way of enjoying life despite the circumstances. She loved to laugh. And she loved to eat. A trip to Denny’s was a treat. Her enjoyment of simple pleasures made simple pleasures more enjoyable for the rest of us. I know now that simple pleasures are the only pleasures this life has to offer. I didn’t learn that in the suburbs.

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