All 4 of my grandparents are alive, even one great-granparent at the age of 91. He was a soldier in WWII, but he actually didn't do anything but waiting just in case the Germans attacked because he was a Turkish soldier.
I'm 14. I used to wish they died so I could inherit their money, but grandpa (paternal) got heart disease and it's horrible to see how he's suffering.
Uhm, I never said they were going me a big chunk of money and say "Do what you want with this". I'm saying that if the money is theirs, it's mine. I ask for money, they give me. We inherit a lot of money, they save some for my education later on. Also, you're horribly American-centric. You don't get any rights at 21 here, it's at 18.
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I only have my paternal grandma, she's like 82 and I rarely ever see her, but I almost feel like she doesn't even recognize me as her granddaughter anyway, unlike with my brother.
Oh please trust me when I tell you, no amount of money inherited makes up for not having your grandparents, it's horrible to know you don't have them to simply hug or ask questions to. My maternal grandma's death has been the hardest for me so far since it was the most recent one and I knew her the most because I was a bit older. She was a beautiful woman inside and out and I really miss her and regret not spending enough time with her. I wish I could've learned more about her life through her and that she could've stayed for a bit longer, to see me graduate high school and just know how I'm doing and stuff.
There's this song that reminds me of her and every single time I hear it I burst out crying because it reminds me of her for some reason, but it's the only time when I allow myself to cry because then it'd get pretty bad, I think. So yeah, this is the song which probably nobody even cares about:
Sorry for the paragraph, but I've been really sensible and thinking about this today so yeah, just needed to vent, ig.2