This was my grandmother Miriam's "Moo Moo". Every day, she'd come home from wherever she was, remove her clothes and slip into something more comfortable, a house robe like this one. On Thursday nights, I would go over after work. I would take my work clothes off, borrow one of her robes and join my grandparents for dinner followed by a night watching "Friends" and whatever else was on the Thursday night line up. I was fortunate enough to be an only grandchild of only grandparents. They spoiled me rotten but also taught me so much about attitude. (More on that in a later post.) When my grandmother passed away and we had to clear out all of her things, I selected one of her robes to remember our "Thursday Date Nights". Each member of the Silver Linings Transitions team has a similar story or fond memories of their own grandparents. When we work with our clients, we try to convey the idea that although you can't keep everything, you can select a few items that represent your memories. Most of my grandmothers robes were donated. I've kept this one for 14 years and still put it on when I want to feel close to her.