1. Island Fever 5: Family - Chapter 03

    Date: 11/4/2017, Categories: Diary, Oral Sex / Blowjob, Consensual Sex, Cum Swallowing, Lesbian, Straight Sex, Spanking, Voyeur, Author: JeremyDCP, Source: sexstories.com

    [[[-IF5-P3.TXT-]]] ---------------- Island Fever 5: Family Written by: JeremyDCP M/F, F/F and a whole lot more ---------------- Chapter 03: "Blessings" ------------------------------------------- -*- Friday, March 4, 2016 -*- -*- Sandvika, Norway -*- I awoke on Friday morning to the sombering, tragic news that Pamela's 84-year-old grandmother, Genevieve, died of natural causes in her Maryland hometown on Thursday evening. There was no pain or suffering for Pamela's grandmother, thank God; she simply died, quite peacefully, in her sleep. Pamela was really upset upon hearing the news, naturally, already going through the grieving process with all of the other ladies in our family offering her whatever love and support they could to help her get through this tough time. Of course, I was right there by Pamela's side, too. Genevieve was born in 1931 and married her husband, Thomas, in 1953. She worked as a school crossing guard for 37 years and even ran a snowball stand in the wintertime in front of their home for 17 years. Customers could stop at the stand and buy a ten cent snowball from Genevieve with homemade flavors added, such as chocolate or strawberry. Genevieve sold Christmas wreaths every year to help raise money for her family, whom she loved dearly, and also delivered telephone books. She even had her very own wholesale live bait business for 50 years! Genevieve also prepared crab cakes, codfish cakes and salads in her basement from her own recipes for a seafood ... restaurant owned by one of her sons. Clearly, Pamela's grandmother led an active life. Genevieve raised seven children - four boys and three girls. The oldest, Tom, was Pamela's father. Her husband, Thomas, passed away in 1980 from complications to cancer. But now that Genevieve had passed on as well, she was survived by 17 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. Pamela explained that Genevieve was known to everyone in her family as "Mom-Mom" and gave all of those who knew her years of laughter, advice and sayings that would always be cherished. Most importantly, Genevieve taught everyone close to her the true meaning of love and togetherness. The sad news stung me personally in more ways than one. It brought me back to the date of May 21, 2015, which was when Trish's father, John, died in a horrific automobile accident that was, in no way, his fault. Trish was devastated and still, to this day, had not gotten over her father's passing. Our entire family dropped everything and literally rushed to Canada so we could pay proper respect and attend his funeral, and of course be there for Trish when she needed us most. But now, on March 4, 2016, things were a bit different. There were two newborn babies in the family - Jackson and Kaylee, neither of whom had any business going on a long and taxing transoceanic flight, such as from Oslo to Baltimore, yet. Their little, fragile bodies simply would not be able to withstand it. In addition, Kristanna and Scarlett were both eight months ...