By Nan Claire Falkner
At 90 years and living alone since Ed passed, Grandma Hobbs fell. She had lived in Ketchum, Oklahoma. It was a “Blink and you missed it” kind of town – not big enough to be quaint. After falling, the next few days were a flurry of reservations, hesitations, and regrets. She was flying for the first time in her life to live with her daughter, Norma. Looking out the window flying above the clouds, she marveled “I can see Heaven before I have to go!” Living past 99, she passed peacefully in her sleep with a smile on her face.