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When it comes to those in the fleshly family especially the grandparents there came to be several counterparts to my fleshly grandparents. To those who were counterparts to my grandmother on my father's side her name was Angelique. She was ninety-six years of age and w hen she walked it was with much labor and pain. When she tried to go upstairs she could hardly make it. Her body was crooked with pain because of all the labors she had been through. She was a very staunch Mormon and she did not drink or smoke or drink coffee.If you were not a mormon you were of course doomed. She was so pushy about her faith that the fleshly mother got baptized just to keep her mouth shut. Neither my father or the mother ever walked into the LDS church as long as they both lived.
The counterpart of my grandmother on my mother's side was Magnolia. She was named this because of her southern origin and that she was a real drinker; we made her look like she was a romantic southerner with a bit of a drinking problem. In reality my grandmother was a very bad alcoholic. Her and my grandfather would drink a case of beer a day and two bottles of whiskey in the same day.They did that as long as i knew them.
The difference between my grandmother and Magnolia is simply because Magnolia was a binge drinker where her trouble didn't start until later in life.My grandmother hated black people and all religion which made my own mother have no religious upbringing. She drank only because she did not know what else to do. She was like her mother.
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