|I assume that this is fiction and not autobiography! This is quite an amusing piece, and given that it's anecdotal, it's just the right length.
Aunt Fred should change her name, lol.
In line two, you need to insert the word 'of' before 'Crenshaw's' -- you also need to remove the apostrophe from 'Crenshaw's', as it's just a plural, not a possessive case. --- 'a long line of Crenshaws.'
There's a place where you need to clean up your tenses. In the fourth paragraph, you suddenly move into present simple, while the rest of this piece has been mostly in past simple.
'My aunt wasn’t hurt in the accident, the Crenshaw’s don’t get hurt or even mad, we get our money’s worth.
This should read 'My aunt wasn't hurt in the accident, the Crenshaw's didn't get hurt or even mad, we got our money's worth.
Nice work, write on!
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