Lorena "Sukie" Rogers, 68, of Lima, N.Y. is a great grandmother. She lives in a trailer with her husband, daughter, granddaughter, and two great-grandchildren. While the children and grandchildren work during the day, she cooks and cares for the great grandchildren, and sometimes the neighbors' kids. She is a volunteer EMT and works nights at a box factory to earn more money to feed her family. "Sukie" watches over her great granddaughter, Isabella Rogers - 7, left, and her neighbor Layne Pattison -10, on the Rogers' family horse farm on Nov. 10, 2014 in Lima.
Sukie lifts her great-granddaughter Destinee Rogers - 9, onto one of the family's horses, on Nov. 10, 2014 in Lima, N.Y. If the weather is nice, Sukie will take her grandchildren and some of the neighborhood kids horseback riding on the family's horse farm. When she's with the kids, "We forgot we were getting old," she says.
Isabella Rogers - 7, rushes to her great-grandmother Sukie after getting off the school bus on Nov. 12, 2014 in Lima, N.Y.
Sukie prepares biscuits at the Rogers family home on Nov. 16, 2014 in Lima, N.Y. Sukie prepares a big meal each Sunday for the six family members who live in the trailer. Sometimes, the meal can swell up to fifteen family members.
Sukie walks into the Springwater Sprouts box factory on Nov. 16, 2014 in Honeoye Falls, N.Y. She works on the night shift at the factory to earn more money to provide for her family.
Sukie stacks boxes inside the Springwater Sprouts box factory in Honeoye Falls, N.Y. The boxes are used to ship Wegmans grocery boxes to the distributors. Sukie usually works six nights a week and typically finishes in the early hours of the morning.
Sukie comforts great-granddaughter, Isabella, after she was nearly kicked by one of the family's horses, Baby, on November 10, 2014, in Lima, N.Y.
Sukie cleans up the kitchen table after her great-grandson, Preston Rogers - 4, spilled orange juice, on Nov. 17, 2014. It can get very busy in the Rogers home on a typical morning with a visit from Layne Pattison (from left) Isabella, another neighborhood child and daughter Linda Rogers, all eating and running around the house. "Sometimes the madness keeps us going", noted Sukie. Linda is Sukie's daughter and grandmother to Preston and Isabella.
Sukie helps carry free groceries to Emma Pierson's trailer that she received from the state through the Food Link food services. Sukie also received food that day from Food Link that she was able to carry home by herself.
Sukie laughs after listening to Isabella sing into her new "Hannah Montana" purple microphone, on Nov. 16, 2014 in Lima, N.Y. Granddaughter Jessie Rogers - 24, (right) also lives in the trailer and is Isabella's mother.
Sukie struggles to wipe Preston's nose before they go on some errands and visit Isabella at school.
Sukie and Preston go to Lima Elementary School so Sukie can take part in the school's Grandparent Appreciation Day on Nov. 21, 2014 in Lima, N.Y. Isabella attends the school and is in second grade.
Sukie helps Isabella make hand-shaped turkeys for Thanksgiving Day decorations during Grandparents Appreciation Day at Lima Elementary School, Nov. 21, 2014 in Lima, N.Y.
As the sun sets on the end of another busy day, Sukie walks the grandchildren, the great-grandchildren and neighbors' kids back home after playing with them on the family's horse farm.