My grandmother is passing away. She is a hard, cold woman who has had nothing to do with any of her grandchildren or great-grandchildren and precious little to do with even her own daughter (my mother). My aunt has asked for messages to pass on to her in hospital but my mother and I don't know what to say - we have nothing in common with his woman except blood. I don't want to just say nothing and ignore the request. Any advice?
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