Granny Knows Best Joan Buckley
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"Don't wear out your welcome." "Too many cooks spoil the broth." Once you become a granny, you have to learn the lingo.
Straight from the mouths of grannies, this is a hilarious treasury of sensible advice, acerbic humor, and homey warmth for you to enjoy, laugh at, and impart to your grandchildren. With granny's tips on relationships ("never let the sun go down on an argument"), social interaction ("if you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all"), housekeeping ("cleaning the house will not pay the rent"), and much more, this book contains everything you—and your grandchildren—need to negotiate modern life. The book also answers some vital questions: Are you a go-getter granny or a glam-ma? Who was the world's strongest granny? What are grannies called around the world? It explores how to manage being a long-distance granny, essential granny grammar tips, and what never to say to the mother of your grandchildren. Bursting with grandmotherly wit and wisdom, this is your go-to guide for all things granny.