Candy wakes up once again with the joys of being a grandmother on her
mind. No matter how long she has left in her lifetime, she is happy that
she has had the opportunity to become a grandmother; something Kianah
never had the chance to experience.
Candy sits with Spencer asking about work. She is proud of his progress
and how quickly he is moving up the ladder. She knows that her
investments will be in good hands with Spencer managing everything.
Candy then enjoys an impromptu jam session with her girls.
Spencer stands by and watches the ladies in his life enjoy each
other’s company and talents.
Spencer’s father Sam is getting older and Spencer wants to be
sure that Sam gets a chance to meet his granddaughter, so he
packs Chelsea up and takes a taxi to his father’s home.
Spencer is greeted by Nicky, now an adult, who he barely
recognizes with the new hair and wardrobe.
Sam walks over to Spencer and Chelsea with tears glimmering in his eyes.
“You brought her! I wanted to meet my granddaughter so badly, but I knew
Candy would have a fit if I stepped foot in her house. Thanks son!”
“How’s married life? I wanted you to know that I attended your
wedding. I stood in the shadows so your mother wouldn’t see me,
but I was there.”
Spencer is glad that his father was there to experience his big day
with him. “I’m so glad to hear that dad.”
“Now I have some advice for you son, don’t mess up like I did.
Take your vows seriously. I never stopped loving your mother, but I
messed up too badly to go back to her.”
…and finally there’s her Spencer who has stood by her through her
mistakes, even when she placed him on the back burner and put
…as her body continues to fade away and death holds out his hand
for her to take…
…Candy is able to smile with confidence, because although she has loved
and has lost love…with her family around her now, she knows that most
importantly she was loved. She answers death’s question with a firm