Jill Robbins

Are You Their Grandmother?

It happened. I always knew this day would come. Someone asked me this question:

“Are you their grandmother?”

I always imagined my reaction would go something like this:

“Bitch, let me slap you,”

…or at least a really evil look. This was surprisingly a non-event. READ MORE

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