Pretend for a little while that you are seventy or eighty years old. Put yourself in the position of your grandmother who has come to live with you since grandfather died. It is seven-thirty in the morning and you are sitting in the living room. You have probably received a brief "good morning" when you stepped into the kitchen and may have been brushed aside as someone leaped to save the burning toast. You very sensibly have announced, "I'll go away until the children are off to school."
"Grandmother Looks On,"
Manuscripts: Vol. 13
, Article 19.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/manuscripts/vol13/iss2/19