Mar 30

My MawMaw by Becca

My niece, Becca, spoke these words at her grandmother’s funeral.

My Mawmaw

I remember a lot of things about my Mawmaw. She was a big part of my life, and I will miss her a lot. I have a lot of good memories with my Mawmaw.

We went to a campsite together along with my Pawpaw and their dog, Maggie. It was soooo much fun that I will remember it all my life, and remember my favorite Mawmaw, and being her “little Becca.” By the way, I was named after her (Rebecca Ross.)

Mawmaw was a huge impact in my life, and I will feel like apart of me is empty because I will never be able to talk to her on the phone or see her when we go to visit. But I know that she is in a much better place right now, and she is probably teaching Jesus how to shag dance. My Mawmaw was and still is my favorite person in my WHOLE LIFE! (besides my mom)

Becca is 11 years old and lives in Dallas, TX with her parents and little sister.  Her mother is my sister, Tricia.  I was so proud of Becca.  It took great courage to get up and share her heart in front of so many people.  Her grandmother was for sure smiling down on her from Heaven.

****Tomorrow I’ll feature the words that my son, Blake, spoke at his grandmother’s service and on Thursday, I’ll post what I shared.  I hope by reading these eulogies you will get a glimpse into the beautiful life of Becky Nunn and also take away a few nuggets of wisdom and blessing.



  1. You words about your Mawmaw are beautiful Becca. :o)

  2. Beautiful.

    Warm hugs,

  3. As I was sitting here at the computer, the Lord put you on my I stopped by your blog and I see that your Mom has been called Home. Your neice’s words were precious. I pray that the Lord will give you a special grace and peace in the days ahead. Thank you so much for sharing so much of your journey with us. Sending you a hug –