My grandma (and dad) were born in England. Grandma is 80 this year and I have an awful feeling that this is her last Christmas. I've had talks with my aunt and dad (2 of her 6 children) and they seem to think that she has given up. I've talked to her myself and as much as I don't want to admit it, I agree with them. She lost my grandpa several years back. He was actually our step-grandpa but he was an amazing man, so loving and caring and really devoted to her. She was also a passenger in car in that was rear ended a few summers back. She was hurt pretty bad, suffered a stroke and we didn't think she'd pull through. Amazingly she did but it took its toll on her. Anyhow, I think she's just tired now and ready to go. Not that I'm ready to let her go, it breaks my heart to even think of her not being around anymore. I want to make this Christmas special and make treats for her from "back home". So far I found two scone recipes and a lemon curd recipe. Nothing fancy, my dad told me all she will eat now is toast, every meal is toast. I thought if I could find some biscuits or cookies or something then it might be special and hopefully stimulate her appetite. I thought about some soups too, I could put that in individual bowls and freeze them for her. Sorry to write such a tear jerker just before the holidays. Whatever you can suggest would be very much appreciated. Thanks!