Granny has led a normal, good life. She worked hard and she had " a good house too and a good husband that I loved and fine children" (611). She didn't let the memory of George ruin her life entirely. As she recollects the events that are the construction blocks of her life, she notes that she has lived a full eighty years. A considerable age, she cares for her children, and even the one that dissapointed her, Hapsy, she wishes to see again. So in general she has led a full rich life with her family.