I used to get a lot of people saying 'Oh, you are such a lucky granny.' But the fact of the matter is you can be a grandma at 35 these days.
I write to tell my grandchildren where they come from, and what their grandparents were up to, and I hope they will in their own way continue. I invite anyone else to listen in.
My family - my husband, my daughters, my grandchildren, my great-grandchildren, all of them - are the most important thing in the world to me.
They can't have Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling lose a game.
I was raised by my grandmother on a farm, where we were really poor - we had dirt floors - but so did everybody else.
What I'd like to do is be able to work with Democrats to reform current entitlement programs for future generations, grandfathering all the grandparents.
She plucked from my lapel the invisible strand of lint (the universal act of woman to proclaim ownership).
Luck really has nothing to do with human existence, since God is not a random God.
The human brain has evolved the capacity to impose a narrative, complete with chronology and cause-and-effect logic, on whatever it encounters, no matter how apparently random.
The way we dress on 'Mad Men' is so associated with old photographs, with people's parents and grandparents.
My grandfather was a massive influence in my music. Growing up, he would play a lot of old-school records to me. A lot of jazz and swing music, actually, growing up.
Well, I thought the Sex Pistols were the cream of the crop. They came in and topped everybody, for sure. They took all the existing strands and made a perfect package out of them.
I wasn't made to take orders. My grandmother used to tell me: 'Laws are for idiots.' She was right.
I don't make big grand gestures, generally.
To tell you the truth, in the old Jewish shtetls, if your husband died, sometimes they'd have you marry the brother, and my grandparents were actually stepbrother and stepsister.
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