Am just perusing the Telegraph Magazine in today's paper...on page 22 it recommends Tim Walker's celebration of 'all things grande dame' and describes it as being full of 'affectionate portraits'. Now, I am a Granny and I have a sense of humour and I am aware that bits of me are getting a bit worn out....but from what I can see in this magazine it is full of stale clichés that were out of date when my Grandma was alive. Normally I shrug this sort of thing off but honestly it has actually really annoyed me. If anyone else sees this I'd be interested to know if its just me.
Also just noticed an ad on P36 of the Review section for the New Granny's Survival Guide ( from Gransnet advice...you know the one!) so have emailed kids to say...please do not buy me this, or The Granny Alphabet, for Christmas.. ...even as a joke!!