Why Your Grandma Should Be in Your Hair, says ’60 Minutes’ correspondent
Today, our grandparents may have been more of a “dude” than a “mom” to their kids.
Now, a new documentary, Grandma: A Woman of Honor, takes a closer look at the role our grandmothers have played in our lives, and highlights the ways our grandmotherhood affects how we look today.
Grandma has shaped who we are today, and she’s done it with grace and wisdom.
The documentary premieres Sunday on 60 Minutes.
Read moreThe first time I was a kid, I was always drawn to my grandmother, who was very young when she died in 2003.
Her birthday was a day after Thanksgiving, and I was all about celebrating that day.
I wanted to be a good girl, and to go to school, and be smart.
And I was going to the mall, too, so I was constantly thinking about it.
Grandmother’s the one that I always felt that had that spark of life that you didn’t have until you were a little girl.
And that’s why, at the age of 67, I chose to get a tattoo.
And the first time that I ever got one, I cried.
I didn’t even know that I was doing that, because I was just getting a tattoo for the first and only time.
I was thinking, Wow, I am really going to be the girl that my grandmother had been.
I thought it was going in the wrong direction.
I went to a doctor, and they told me, No, I don’t know what you’re doing, and then I got my first tattoo.
That was the beginning.
That’s when I started talking about getting tattoos, and that was the start of my journey to get that tattoo.
So now, when I talk to people, I think about them and how much they’re impacted by the things that they’re saying.
It’s a really powerful, beautiful, uplifting thing to have that conversation.
Grandmama’s Not the First TattooGrandma’s Not The First Tattoos, a documentary that follows her through her life from the moment she started having tattoos to her death, is the first-ever documentary to follow her as she navigates her own body in a very different way.
Grandmas are a group, and the documentary’s goal is to bring the world a deeper understanding of the world that we live in today.
So, what makes Grandmamas unique?
First, she’s very much an outsider, so the idea that she has her own family, that she knows her own history, and has her roots in this part of the country, and knows her way around a gun and a car is very important to her.
So we’ve made sure that we capture that.
We have this little group of family members who have been around her for so long and know her history, because that’s the only way that we can capture that, and make it part of this conversation.
So that’s what we do.
And then, when she passed away, we got a chance to look at her life and look at how she lived.
And she was the person that we saw in our film, the one person who lived her life in a different way than we saw her.
We didn’t want her to be remembered for anything but that, but she had that kind of personality that we knew she would have.
And we want to bring that back to the world and make that connection.
But, she was very much a girl.
She grew up in this town, and her whole family grew up around the city of Chicago, and so she knew a lot of people from that area, and knew a few people who lived in the suburbs, so she was a local.
And in that respect, her personality was a lot different than our own.
And so, we had to bring in a whole group of people, and really capture the essence of that person, so that they can tell her story and be able to tell her life.
So Grandmoms Not the Second TattooA lot of times, people will talk about tattooing your mom, and it can be very traumatic for people, because she was not a person that they saw as being like, Oh, I love my mom.
But Grandma’s Tattoos was a very special documentary, because it took a very personal look at that, as well.
Grandms were people that she looked up to.
She wanted to have the same opportunities that other people had, and a lot more of that was instilled in her.
She knew that, in that moment, that this was something that she wanted to do, and you can hear that in her voice, when we first meet her.
I think that was a defining moment in her life, because then, she knew that she was really special.
I don’ think anybody can ever replace her.
But she just wanted to make sure that her life was going be the same as everyone else. She