Remembering my Nana

As we struggle with and mourn the sudden loss of my Nana, we also celebrate her life and feel a true sense the life she lived, the times we shared, and the memories we’ll always have. In an effort to stay busy and find a way to remember my Nana, I thought, I’d give a much needed face lift to the recipe site I created several years ago with her help. Now, even though she could decently maneuver her way around the iPad in recent days, let’s not kid ourselves in her ‘technical” involvement of the site, however, what she contributed was far more valuable than any of the technical know how – she provided much of the content. Many of these recipes are hers, or originated by her or her mom – our favorite Grandma Walsh. While there are surely many other content contributors (aka – people who shared recipes , I’ll forever associate cooking and baking with my Nana and Grandma Walsh. So here we go – let’s kick this thing off right!

And Nana and Grandma Walsh – now that I know you two are together in heaven smiling down on us – we send our ongoing love and hope you know you are truly missed. But we also know, love supersedes this earth – and we are so warmed and comforted by that thought!


4 thoughts on “Remembering my Nana

  1. Nice work cuz Kel… Keeping this site updated! I was just looking for something to cook for Erin and the kids tonight and this was my first stop for ideas- love ya!

  2. Kelly – You are such a great writer! Always brings tears to my eyes when you write about Nana and Grandma Walsh. They were such special people and they both hold place in my heart!
    You are such a great daughter!

  3. Kelly,

    I still have unanswered questions about cooking that I just want to call nana and ask her and then I remember its more than long distance to heaven! So I just do things the way I think nana would tell me to do them and pretend that she inspired me with her response! SIlly as it seems, its the only way to cook these days! thanks for the reminder of who nana was to all of us. It makes my heart sad but someone told me, “we grieve the same measure we love” ! Keep cooking and being opened to inspiration from nana above!

    Love you honey,
    Auntie Debs

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