As a 97-year-old grandmother discovered she only had a few days to live, she decided on hospice at home. Four of her sisters jumped on a plane to take care of her and make her feel loved soon after.
Love transcends time and space, creating bonds that are unbreakable. Love’s power makes one realize there’s still a lot to be thankful for when everything falls apart.We are sharing today a story about a beautiful connection shared between five sisters that inspires people of all ages to cherish love and family above all else.
When four elderly sisters learned that their fifth sister was ill and had only a week to live, they didn’t hesitate to get on a plane and travel to see her.
The four sisters, all in their 90s, took care of their ill sister as expected. They showered her with love, affection, and care and helped her with everything.
It was even cuter when they brushed her hair and smothered her with hugs and kisses. Every day, the four sisters ensured that their fifth sibling looked gorgeous and felt loved.
CENTER OF ATTENTION
Nicolette Hauff shared her grandmother’s incredible story with Love What Matters and talked about the bond between their two families.
The happy granddaughter noted how her five grandmothers loved doing things together.
The woman revealed that her grandmother wished to stay at home as long as possible and loved having her sisters around. Fortunately, she was still alive four months later and loved being spoiled by her family.
INSPIRATION FOR ALL AGES
In a short video posted on Facebook by NTD Australia in April 2018, Hauff’s grandmother was shown receiving undivided attention from her sisters. The caption said:
“My 97-year-old grandmother is being lovingly cared for by her sisters, who are all in their 90s. “I will brush my sisters’ hair until they are old and make sure they look pretty.”
Hauff noted that her grandmother and her four sisters always attracted attention when they entered a room. The five elderly women were called “cute” by her affectionately, and she said they shared an undeniable bond.
THE FIVE AMAZING GRANDMAS
Hauff explained to Love What Matters that the five sisters were in the longest relationship of their lives and had spent more time together than they had ever spent with their parents and spouses. Additionally, she said:
“My grandmother and her sisters taught me and my sisters how to love without conditions. Our grandmas continue to teach us how to love well.”
Hauff said that she was inspired by their sisterly love and resolved to love and care for her own sisters in the same way. She also revealed that her grandmother lost her husband 20 years ago, adding that her sisters’ love kept her going.
A happy granddaughter noted how her five grandmothers enjoyed doing things together. Each day they chatted on the phone and went to the gym, store, and church together.
A trip to the local Mexican restaurant was even more enjoyable. Undoubtedly, Hauff’s five grandmothers shared a special bond that is truly heartwarming. Please share this story with your loved ones.