When Gerties grandma was growing up, there was a lot of driving.
Her father would take her to the doctor, pick her up, and take her back home to the farm to work on her farm.
Gertieta was the youngest of five.
She didn’t like driving, but it was the only way she knew to get to and from school.
That’s where her grandfather, Paul, came in.
“My grandfather would take me to the car dealership and just buy me a car, because he knew that if he sold me the car, I’d be a millionaire,” Gertief said.
Paul bought her a 1956 Buick for $3,200.
He also helped her get a driver’s license.
Paul drove her to school, but Gertieda also wanted to go out and farm.
She was the eldest of four, so she was a bit of a pioneer.
“I’m a very lucky person, because I’m an only child,” Gervita said.
But she didn’t have much choice.
“If I had to go back to school to be able to have an education, it would be my grandfather,” Gretie said.
Gervitatie, who was 5 years old, was the first in her family to go to school.
Paul had a hard time finding a job, but he eventually found a job with the local electric company.
“He was the last one that I had on my payroll, because there were only three people that were paying his wages,” Gethia said.
“So that’s when I decided, I’m going to do my own thing and go and work for my grandfather.”
Gertigia said she started working at the electric company, selling the parts she needed to make the cars.
She eventually found herself working as a mechanic and eventually as a sales representative for the company.
Gethialia said that after Paul passed away, she started her own family.
But that wasn’t the end of her story.
Paul and Gertia’s youngest brother, Mark, moved to Florida with his family.
Geretta was in the midst of trying to find a job at the time, and she said that when her older brother called her about starting a business, Gertida said she didn´t know what to say.
Gretida said that while her older sister was pregnant, she decided to go through with it.
She gave birth to her first child at home and her son, Thomas, at home.
Getigita said that during her first few months in Florida, her mother didn´tt know much about what to do with her.
She said she thought her sister was just going to keep working until she was old enough to do so herself.
“She was in denial,” Geretta said.
Eventually Gertidah realized that the only job she could afford was working as an electrician.
She decided to take that route, too.
“That´s what I did,” Geretil said.
The family lived on a farm with a small, one-story house.
Geretita said she had the most adventures of her life.
She loved fishing, hunting, riding horses and hiking.
She also had some serious horseplay.
Gestion Gertis and her family lived in a two-story ranch house.
Paul was the oldest of the family, and his wife, Jane, was pregnant at the same time.
Ghetifah also had two other children, who were all born during the same pregnancy.
Gortigida said the first couple she had had three children and they were all happy.
“We had so many wonderful memories,” Gettigida told HuffPost.
She continued, “It was the best time of my life.
It was my first time being in a big family.
I was young, and they weren’t old.
They were all very young.
I think I just felt a lot better.
And the whole thing, I mean, we just grew up together.”
Gretieda said that her first couple of years in Florida were a little rough.
Her first husband died suddenly, and then her father was diagnosed with cancer.
“When you have a cancer diagnosis, you kind of feel like, ‘OK, I can´t go on any more vacations,'” Gretifah said.
She says the diagnosis also made her think about her life, but she also realized that she needed a job.
“You don’t really know what your life is going to look like after a cancer death, so you kindof kind of wonder what the world is going on and where you are going,” Ghetigida explained.
“But I always thought that I was going to get a job.”
Geretigidah said that she wanted to work and get her daughter to school so that she could support her family financially. She hoped