We have this woman to thank for Grandparents Day

As a kid, Marian McQuade liked hanging out with her grandma on her farm in West Virginia.

“I remember she worked all day doing the things all of them had to do—milk cows, feed the chickens, fix breakfast, do the washing.”

“Then she’d put on a clean apron, or turn her apron around, and we’d take a glass of jelly and see somebody a couple miles down the road that was sick.”

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