Sunday morning, when all appeared lost, Carter personally delivered pictures to Begin inscribed to each of his grandchildren.
Some of his grandchildren have referred to her as a kwerekere—a derogatory term for a foreigner.
But one morning you wake up and ask yourself: what am I leaving for my children and grandchildren?
I have left a legacy of shame, as some of my victims have pointed out, to my family and my grandchildren.
Sheikh defected with his wife, children, and grandchildren in tow, something that would be far tougher to coordinate today.
The only sounds were the bird-calls, and the voices of the cook's grandchildren, who were playing on the other side of the house.
If it be for our own cause, then take us, and with us your sons-in-law and grandchildren.
The mother who lives in her children and her grandchildren has the peculiar privilege of not knowing the grief of becoming old.
Wilt thou not tell the grandchildren anything about their dear Uncle Ezra?
The children of most of them are now gray with years, and have seen their grandchildren.