Category Archives: Tattle Tales

Tattle Tales by Granny #10

Meet the real Granny, my maternal grandmother. She was a real country philosopher and she loved life. Granny in the Outhouse “Now, I don’t know which of you young’uns put that snake in the outhouse, but if I poop my … Continue reading

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Tattle Tales by Granny #8

Granny on Going to the Museum I took Granny to see the new museum that opened in our little town. She said, “Huh! Now I know where all that junk went that I hauled down to the dump!” Granny on … Continue reading

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Tattle Tales by Granny #7

Granny on Fairness When my mom and her sister had to share a rare treat, Granny would say, “Now one of you break it in half and the other gets to choose first. Don’t want no squabbles here!” Granny on … Continue reading

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Tattle Tales by Granny #5

Granny on Modesty Granny always reminded us little girls to keep our skirts down, our knees together, and our ankles crossed when we were sitting. We practiced with her but soon forgot. She say, “Keep the forked end down, gal!” … Continue reading

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