When had my grandaunt
first showed signs of dementia?
When girls grow up they have to get married" became the refrain of my grandma and grandaunt
as they doted on my elder brother and tried to restrict and control me.
At length, David told his grandaunt
that he wished to study law.
We'd just visited my grandaunt
in Miami Beach, the last time we would ever see her.
Nisha went missing on June 4 and was last seen at her home in Taman Bukit Bendera, Mentakab, Pahang before her 54-year-old grandaunt
, who suffers from mental illness, took her out for a walk.
The free-thinking grandaunt
was all in favour of opening the door a crack and allowing a child to peer into the nature of a grown-up world.
So when her grandaunt
moved her to Florida, Tracey Rose explored the alternatives.
Sima thus signifies a distant relation, on the order of a man's great-granduncle, great-granduncle's wife, or spinster grandaunt
My own Roces clan's link to these families had been established by affinity toward the end of the 19th century with the marriage of my grandaunt
Filomena Roces to a Legarda; she was everybody's Lola Menang, the eldest sibling of my paternal grandfather, Rafael, second to the youngest in a brood of two girls and five boys.
Private Stuart Osborne, from Co Louth, said: "Happy Christmas and a happy new year to all my family especially my girlfriend Kerri McGuirk and my grandaunt
Gloria struggles to help Candy straighten out and reclaim the energy to return to the basketball court, while her other, more distant aunt Elizabeth reluctantly comes along in what is meant to be a rejuvenating trip.
Leonor Orosa-Goquingco (my maternal grandmother's sister) was conferred the title National Artist for Dance in 1976.