Friday, 11 October 2013

Ask-Your-Granny.com



My lovely granddaughter has just phoned me -
'Hello Granny it's me'.
'Hello Sweetheart, how's Uni?'
'Can't stop, I'm in Morrisons. Where's the pudding rice?'
'Usually next to the jams and custard'
'Great! Got it! See you!'
I'm left holding the receiver. Not bad considering that York is one hundred and fifty four miles away from where I live and I've never been there in my life. What do you say?

22 comments:

  1. The marvels of technology and grandmas.

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  2. That's what grannies are for!!! Made me smile. Thx

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  3. G.N.B (granny knows best)

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  4. I say that Granny always knows best, especially about pudding rice.

    I've just seen my beautiful Green Eyes tonight, and she is looking good.

    It's all wonderful, eh?

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    1. Sure is. Sounds like your beautiful little green eyed girl is enjoying her Uni life too.

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  5. Aren't they just the most wonder folks in the world, those granddaughters.

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  6. She can't be a 'proper' student; they only buy Pot Noodles!

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    1. I taught her how to make (proper) rice pudding when she came to stay - that's what she's probably living on.

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  7. My first thought was, 'what?', then reread it and had a good chuckle. Granddaughters are very special.

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  8. and daughters and sons too.

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  9. Brilliant - lovely to connect with them even if it is at the end of a phone - so special to know that granny springs to mind when they want a quick result !! xx

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  10. What it says is that we live in boring times when supermarkets are the same whatever town you’re in.

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  11. Thank goodness Morrisons has the same layout everywhere or her phone bill would be horrendous. I love the fact that she's actually cooking and not just living on junk food and takeaways.

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    1. It would that. She's just sent me an email saying - I read your blog, Granny, but it was sweet. (Big sigh of relief, I didn't put my foot in it)

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