Grandmother Achievement Day
annually on February 11th
Being a grandmother is a great achievement. Grandmothers have decades of life experience behind them and have raised their own children. They've put in years of hard work and are now at the point in their life when they can relax and spoil their grandchildren with cookies and treats and do just about whatever they please. On Grandmother Achievement Day, grandchildren give recognition to their grandmothers for all they do for them and tell them how proud of them they are.
How to Observe Grandmother Achievement Day
Grandmother Achievement Day should be spent by telling your grandmother or grandmothers how proud of them you are. It should be spent thanking them for all the times they spoiled you or helped you out. The best way to do this may be to spend the day with them. Instead of having them bake you cookies and cook for you, perhaps the tables can be turned, and you can prepare a meal for them. Maybe you have a favorite place you like to go together or an activity you like to do. Today is the perfect day to make more memories with your grandmother or grandmothers.
If your grandmothers have already passed away, today could be spent reflecting on them and what they meant to you. Take out your photo albums and home videos and view some memories you shared with them. Eat their favorite foods or do one of their favorite activities. Even though they are now gone, they achieved so much during their lives, one of the most important of these things is that they were a grandmother.