Sessions, who's from Salt Lake City, Utah, has been tweeting out awesome pictures of her grandma, who regularly sends her selfie updates from different locations with slight variations of the same adorable, accompanying message.
Guys, my heart hurts.
She loves her granddaughter from Einstein Bagels. She loves her granddaughter from her front room. I imagine she also loves her in a house with a mouse while she wears a blouse!
She loves her from the roof at work (Grandma, whatcha doin on the roof though??).
OK, now it's getting just a little weird. Put some clothes on, Grandma. Next thing we know, she's going to be taking selfies from the toilet just like us degenerate millennials.
But at least she'll be sending them with love.
Twitter users are totally smitten with Sessions's grandma.
The tears are real AF.
Yeah, it's hard to argue with that.
She definitely puts my grandma to shame. Sorry, gram.
You know, now that I think about it, too many grandmas out there are so quick to condemn or belittle the idea of taking selfies. We can blame it on the generation gap, or ignorance of how technology works or we can chalk it up to cranky old people just doing their cranky thang.
Sessions's grandma, on the other hand, looks like she's never been cranky a day in her life.
Plus, it's so refreshing to see a grandmother/granddaughter relationship with so much mutual positivity. To give you perspective, the last time I saw my grandma, she flat-out said to my face I look tired, and I look like I've gained weight.
Love you too, Grandma!!!!
Meanwhile, Sessions and her grandmother take heart-melting photos like these together:
Soooo, can I hang with you and your grandma soon, or naw??