As granny used to say, the wheel goes round and round, and sooner or later, the fly on top will be the fly on the bottom.
My granny the Escort concludes with two of the women reaching a crossroads of sorts.
The timing seems right for an iconic American family that depends on a granny rather than a nanny.
Unlike his granny, Harry does carry cash, and paid for his own ticket and those of his staff.
To Dean Baker, head of the Center for Economic Policy Research, he's a " granny basher."
“I guess no one did except the foolish man, now long dead, who hid them there,” said granny.
Oh, how glad you must have felt when you saw him home again, safe and sound, dear granny.
If Ka-kee-ta was protector of the royal person granny proposed to be the keeper of the royal purse.
He looks triumphantly at granny as much as to say, 'Observe me; I'm not going to say a word about him.'
"We will stay right in our cosy bungalow, granny, until the snow melts," said Uncle Squeaky.
1660s, according to OED, most likely a diminutive and contraction of grannam, shortened form of grandame, rather than from grandmother. The sailor's granny knot (by 1803, originally granny's knot, so called because "it is the natural knot tied by women or landsmen" [Smyth, "Sailor's Word-Book," 1867]. Granny Smith apples (1895) named for Maria Ann Smith (d.1870) of Australia, who originated them.