aunt fay

Yes, I’m sorry, I know I’m supposed to be posting art here on this ART blog, but a bit of news came up today. A sadder bit of news, I’m afraid. My grandmother on my mom’s side, or Granny as me and my brother liked to call her, passed away this morning. She lived to be 92 years old, and boy what an amazing life she lived. She raised 9 daughters, 3 sons,  and a multitude of grandchildren and great-grandchildren, all who loved her without a single doubt in their hearts. Whenever friends or family were having problems, she’d always lend a hand, an ear, and some encouraging words followed by a prayer to aid them in their time of need. All the times my mom and I visited her were some of the most memorable times I can remember. Granny would always go out of her way to cook us some good food and we’d always talk about what happened during the week. I also remember a time when she let me and my mom stay at her place for a while until we were able to find a new home!

One thing was always certain about Granny: she was a strong, firm believer in God, and was always an active member at her church. No matter what we were going through, she’d always remind us that God and his angels would always be looking out for us, and even if things don’t always go the way you want them to, a blessing is right around the corner. Not only that, but she always knew how to keep the family in check. If she needed us to be at her place for a get-together, we’d always be there, no questions asked. If she wanted us in a prayer circle, we’d always be in a prayer circle. She was even this way at parties. And a bit of her personality rubbed off on my mom and my aunts as well!

I couldn’t be more thankful for what Granny has done for me and the rest of my family. I don’t know where we would be today if she wasn’t around and looking out for us, but I do know that she’s raised a great, loving, caring family who walk with God and will continue to carry on her legacy. I know I speak for everyone in my family when I say we’re all going to miss her exponentially, but we can be happy in knowing that all her pain and suffering can finally come to an end. She can be with God, and she can also reunite with my granddad, my mom, and my aunts, Fay and Paula.

Thank you, Granny. We love you, and we’ll miss you.

gahooliangirl  asked:

Okay, this ask serves two purposes. Firstly, I would like to make another claim (the support is already written haha) for Kaze/Arthur C - S, maybe Midori/Percy sibling convos. Secondly, I have a question: would it be too complicated to write a generic aunt support for Yen'fay's potential kid and Say'ri? Or would it have to be specifically made for each kid (which I would be willing to do since I plan to write more Yen'fay, but a generic convo would be less work haha)?

Kaze/Arthur & sibs is fine, looking forward to it!

As for the aunt supports… unfortunately it’s not really doable as there’s no way to make the support only active when the child is Yen’fay’s. C-A supports will always be active unless they’re overwritten by a parent/child support, but the coding doesn’t recognise family relationships more complicated than that. (It’s the same reason Morgan/Kana can’t have potential grandparent supports, for example.) It’s a shame since it’d be great to use those contingent relationships, but yeah, just not possible :(