Monday, September 24, 2018
Sunday, September 23, 2018
Saturday, September 22, 2018
This week I took some of the money I've earned from my job at the Birch Street Nursing Home and used it to purchase things I'll need for my experiments. Today, before I went about my chores, I took those items to the basement of the Birch Street Nursing Home and spread them out on my laboratory table – measuring cups, a mortar and pestle grinding bowl set, an extension cord, eye dropper, tweezers, a butcher's saw, safety goggles, electrical tape, industrial glue and drain cleaner. My laboratory looks ready for my next experiment!
Friday, September 21, 2018
Thursday, September 20, 2018
Kiddies, while I understand the urge to constantly check the Grandmother's Fanny Game blog for updates, if you're an ambulance driver, wait until you arrive at the hospital or the patient is pronounced dead, whichever happens first.
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Monday, September 17, 2018
Kiddies, if you run a hotel or resort, give a Grandmother Winsome discount to all fans of Grandmother's Fanny Game for the month of October in celebration of my birthday. You'll be spreading the word and will likely be lighting that "No Vacancy" sign every night.
Sunday, September 16, 2018
Kiddies, I just received an email from Alan Chun of San Jose, California. Alan writes: "Dear Grandmother Winsome, my wife and I think it's never too early for someone to start developing the skills he or she will need for a career as an adult. And so we introduced our seven-year-old daughter to online chat rooms as a way to improve her typing. My wife and I would love to dedicate more time to perfecting our daughter's future, but we are both very busy people. Fortunately, a generous, charitable man on the site named MisterFister4 has taken her under his wing. Now we no longer have to monitor her computer sessions to make sure she's not making mistakes. And earlier today our daughter said that MisterFister4 told her he'd be able to help her even more in person. What luck! I just wanted to share this story, because it's important to take note that even in these crazy, hate-filled times, there are kind people who will step in to offer their help."
Wonderful, Alan! Thank you for your message. This is a handy reminder to us all.
Saturday, September 15, 2018
Today when I arrived at the Birch Street Nursing Home, I saw that the head nurse had left a note for me at the top of my list of chores. It read, "Even though the property buyer said no, we know it's not your fault. Keep up the good work."