22 Total Quotes

Grandmother Quotes

If it's a short trip to go see your grandma in Minneapolis, that's something where you can kind of weigh the pros and cons as to if it's worth it.
Kari Swartz
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Tre Cool
I want to wash your grandmother.
Tre Cool
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These guys, in their right mind, wouldn't want to rob grandma or steal from their kids.
Whitney Mays
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Margaret Thatcher
We have become a grandmother
Margaret Thatcher
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These are not investments for the grandma and grandpa set,
Ann Hurley
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I saw them in Spanish when I was a kid, because my grandmother watched them. Half of them I didn't understand, but they were a part of my experiences growing up.
Nina Tassler
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I don't think I've ever heard of such a thing before. A great grandmother shooting someone.
Jim Amormino
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My great-grandmother was your great-great-grandfather's mistress, so how about it?
Camilla Bowles
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M y great grandma is a saintly sweet lady, but at the same time, she's grounded, strong and very spiritual.
Charles Buckley
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My grandmother is kind of disoriented because of the ordeal. They are both in their 80s. We are kind of getting scattered pictures. Some kind of way she ended up on a bus to San Antonio.
Kimberly Smith
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She said 'Hi Grandma, this is Liz, I'm OK. I'm with...' and she couldn't quite understand who she said. But it ended with an 'E' sound on the end.
Marsha Thomsen
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He raped and killed my grandmother and spent 12 and a half years on the run.
Laura Campbell
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[Phyllis Hunter is bedridden, and it was her granddaughter who brought a spark of hope to days that could often be filled with gloom.] Only a few days ago, she came into my room and she could see I wasn't feeling very well, ... She said 'Grandma, you can't die until you go to my prom.'
Phyllis Hunter
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[To Bertha, it looked filthy and infected. She refused to go.] I was scared, ... I thought my grandma was going to die.
Demetrius 0
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The little boy was outside the window and the grandma was halfway in, halfway out of the window. We got the little boy out of the way and then we helped the grandma out of the window and then we got some information from her that there were still two people inside.
Bradley Davis
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How would they explain that as they got off the plane at Beirut? ... How would they tell grandma under a cypress tree: They wanted us to worship a donkey!?
Don Watson
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During the last week of location work out on the Yorkshire moors near Howarth, I learned that I had become a Grandmother for the first time.
Dinah Sheridan
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I'd hate to meet your grandmother.
Chuck Knox
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There are kids who did things 100 times worse than to go joyriding in your grandmother's car; you don't get the death sentence for that in America.
Benjamin Crump
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People are so isolated, and so alone, and so suspicious, and so competitive with each other, and so sure that they are about to be conned by their neighbor, or by their mother, or by their sister, or their grandmother. What's the use of having fifty percent of the world's wealth, or whatever it is that you have, if you're going to live this pathetic, terrified life?
Arundhati Roy
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She wants to put them in a good home and try to give them all the loving of a grandmother. She said she already lost one. All she can do now is what's best for these kids.
Awilda Cordero
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Elizabeth Bishop
September rain falls on the house. In the failing light, the old grandmother sits in the kitchen with the child beside the Little Marvel Stove, reading the jokes from the almanac, laughing and talking to hide her tears. She thinks that her equinoctial tears and the rain that beats on the roof of the house were both foretold by the almanac, but only known to a grandmother. The iron kettle sings on the stove. She cuts some bread and says to the child, It's time for tea now; but the child is watching the teakettle's small hard tears dance like mad on the hot black stove, the way the rain must dance on the house. Tidying up, the old grandmother hangs up the clever almanac on its string. Birdlike, the almanac hovers half open above the child, hovers above the old grandmother and her teacup full of dark brown tears. She shivers and says she thinks the house feels chilly, and puts more wood in the stove. It was to be, says the Marvel Stove. I know what I know, says the almanac. With crayons the child draws a rigid house and a winding pathway. Then the child puts in a man with buttons like tears and shows it proudly to the grandmother. But secretly, while the grandmother busies herself about the stove, the little moons fall down like tears from between the pages of the almanac into the flower bed the child has carefully placed in the front of the house. Time to plant tears, says the almanac. The grandmother sings to the marvelous stove and the child draws another inscrutable house.
Elizabeth Bishop
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