Grandkids Who Were Not At Their Papaw's Homemade Dinner Insist They're Making it Up to Him
The grandfather was pictured eating burgers with one grandchild after the others did not show up.
The grandfather known as “Papaw” wants America to know he is not upset at his grandchildren after he was photographed eating a burger by himself.
He is chalking it up to simple miscommunication.
"Everyone was invited but that is not the way it turned out," Kenneth Harmon told IE. "Some of the grandkids say they didn't know about it."
Harmon lives in Norman, Oklahoma, had grilled burgers for his six grandkids but only one showed up to his house.
Now, his grandkids have promised they are making it up to him.
His 20-year-old grandson, Brock, took him to a softball game to watch another of Harmon’s grandchild play. Brock wants everyone to know he really truly loves his “Papaw.”
The 66-year-old’s photo was then taken by his granddaughter Kelsey, 19, and posted on social media.
She couldn’t believe no one showed up. "Dinner with papaw tonight,” she caption. “He made 12 burgers for all six grandkids and I’m the only one who showed. Love him.”
Well, as you imagine, the Internet went crazy.
One online comment was: “I can't look at that papaw picture without cry....who does that to their grandfather?”
“I started crying when I saw this. All he wanted was to spend time with them,” another wrote.
“This breaks my heart. I'd do anything to eat dinner with my grandparents again,” wrote another.
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