My Grandpa has told me many interesting and funny
things about himself. He often makes me laugh.
I like when Grandpa teases me. Thank you Grandpa
for spending time with me. You are very special
and I will love you always. Here is a picture of
my Grandpa when he was a baby.
My Grandpa was born in Winnipeg. His name is
Kasmer Martin. My brother, Kasmer is named after
him. My grandpa lives in British Columbia. In
British Columbia he owns a cabin. Our motorbikes
are at the cabin. Our snowmobile is at the cabin.
The Similkamin River is next to the cabin. We make
rafts at the cabin and then take them down the
river for a ride. My grandpa is old. He is 74.
My grandpa is my mom's dad. My grandpa comes to
the cabin when we do almost every time. My
grandpa has a beautiful garden. He loves to work
in his yard. His backyard is cool and has
interesting toys. I know some secret places in
his backyard and in his house. This year he had 14
trees taken out of his yard. His house is
expensive. Inside Grandpa's house he has a loud
cuckoo clock. He brought it home from Germany.
My Grandpa has a lot of things in his bedroom
that look like real jewels. Every Christmas my
Grandpa gives us a hand-painted ornament. They
are very fragile and unique. He says they are
keepsakes to remember him by. Grandpa Kas is a
good ski instructor at Manning Park. He tells me
how he teaches people to ski. He also makes me a
terrific, awesome, radical and sweet skier. He is
a funny joker with a great sense of humor.
He makes up jokes like "How do people cross
When Grandpa Kas was a child
he played many tricks on his
friends with his brother Joe.
He was a real trickster! One
time he and his brother, Joe
tricked the spoiled child next
door. This rich child had a
brand new bike with shiny
chrome fenders. Grandpa and
Joe shared an old, dilapidated
bike without fenders. They
told the whiny neighbor boy
that their bike had no fenders
to make it lighter. IT WAS A
RACE BIKE! The neighbor boy
would beg to ride the RACE
BIKE. But Grandpa Kas and Joe
would only let him ride it on
rainy, wet days.
BOY, DID HE GET SOAKED!!!!!!
This was my Grandpa with his
brother, Joe on their first
communion. Grandpa Kas went to
Catholic School. The Nuns were
his teachers. He was
left-handed. The nuns didn't
think children should use
their left hand to write. So,
they tied Grandpa's left hand
behind his back.He had to use
his right hand.It was
difficult for grandpa to write.
At school Grandpa's favorite
subject was math. Grandpa had
chores. He didn't like the
chore of weeding the
vegetable garden, but he did
it anyway. The saddest
experience was when his mother
died. He was only 11. His dad
got remarried. Joe and
Grandpa's dad bought a house
for them to live in and a
housekeeper to look after
them. It was a sad time for
grandpa and Joe.
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Grandpa ran away from his home when he was 14.He
joined the Merchant Marines during the war. He
wasn't in any combat action. He sailed all over
the world and saw how awful war is.Grandpa doesn't
enjoy being with lazy, sloppy people. He thinks
people should always strive to reach new goals.
Grandpa gets great joy out of every day. He enjoys
life, people, hard work and just being alive.
Grandpa says life is too short to be upset or
argue with people. Count your blessings. He
says you can CHOOSE to be miserable or happy.
It's up to you to decide whether you want to be
happy or sad.
There isn't really anything that makes him really
angry. He says life is too short to be angry.
Grandpa says that the one things he would do
differently FOR SURE IS GET A GOOD EDUCATION.It
is the key to a successful career and life.
I really love my Grandpa and he really loves
me too. I am very lucky to have such a wonderful