1. Played the piano for me. Two songs I recall are “My Alice Blue Gown” and “It’s Three O’clock in the Morning.”
2. Taught me how to tat. a process similar to knitting that was the basis for lace.
3. Pronounced “room” as “rum” and “roof’ as “ruff with a short “u” as in “up.”
4. Liked little moron jokes but pronounced “Moron” with the accent on the second syllable.
5. Suffered from post partum depression after birth of a daughter (Tillie). Tillie was adopted by the Brice family who ran Brice’s Store in Woodward, SC. Mr. Brice’s wife was Grandmother Woodward’s sister. Grandfather Woodward always spoke to my father of “your cousin, Tillie Brice.” I am not sure if he did that to distinguish a cousin of that name from his sister or what.
6. She was the nice grandmother.
7. She died in her sleep (heart attack I believe) at home when we lived at 232 Wildwood Park Rd, later known as Edgewood Drive, Florence, AL. Barbara Carmack, one of my mother’s students, stayed at the house with Jody and me while my parents went to SC for the funeral.