Gah Git: Gena's grandmother, who raised her since she was four, when her mother died. The years were hard and rough on her grandmother, who had raised four boys and three girls, then at one point had three of her children and their children, a total of twelve, in a three-bedroom project unit. So, she fussed a lot and prayed a lot. But her propensity for sending her grandchildren to the store night and day because she “Gotta Git” this and “Gotta Git” that earned her the nickname “Gotta Git,” which progressed naturally into “Gah Git". At sixty-two, Gah Git had patience and a lot of wisdom. She was a miraculous, God-fearing woman, and very strong. Gena loved her grandmother; she was the only mother she knew.
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