Updated: Oct 10
Hello everyone! It's your favorite grandma here, back with another year of tales and gossips. And boy, let me tell you, this year has been a doozy.
First off, let's start with the comedy. My granddaughter Sarah decided to take up stand-up comedy and let's just say, it's a good thing she's cute because her jokes are still a work in progress. But I have to admit, I did chuckle when she told the one about the chicken crossing the road. You see, the chicken was late for a very important date and it kept yelling "I'm not chicken, I'm not chicken!"
But it's not just Sarah's jokes that have had me laughing this year. Oh no, my neighbor Mr. Jenkins has been keeping me entertained as well. You see, he's been trying to fix his roof for months now and let's just say, he's not exactly the handiest man on the block. One time, he was up on the roof trying to patch a hole and he ended up falling right through it. I couldn't stop laughing as I watched him hanging there, looking like a spider caught in a web.
But it's not all laughs around here. Oh no, there's been plenty of drama too. My neighbor Mrs. Smith has been going through a divorce and let me tell you, it's been quite the soap opera. She's been seen out and about with a new man every week and let's just say, the rumors have been flying.
And of course, we can't forget the whispers. You know how it is in a small town, everyone knows everyone's business. And let's just say, I've been privy to some juicy tidbits this year. I won't repeat any of them here, but let's just say, I'll be sure to keep my ears open for more gossip next year.
Well, that's all the updates I have for now. I hope you've enjoyed this year's comedic and dramatic tales. Until next time, stay happy and keep laughing!