Aren't You Glad We're Not Your Neighbors: none

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AuthorHouse, Apr 27, 2007 - Fiction - 284 pages
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Grandma Sadie liked scandalizing people.  She enjoyed the attention.  It became her favorite pastime, second only to marrying men which she did with gusto and regularity.  When she bought a car and drove it alone, some of the members of the community complained.  “You mean I should have some old goat driving around with me?” she asked innocently.  Several days later, she showed up again in her shiny new car with a black and white baby goat wearing a leash and a diaper.  “I couldn’t find an old goat, so I got a young one,” she said with a flash of an impertinent grin and a mischievous look in her brilliant blue eyes.  She loved life and we loved her, and she started it all.

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About the author (2007)

Jenne Gilbert is a retired costumer designer who currently lives in Southern California with best friends Wee Moggie and Kvetcher.  Born in St. Louis, she has collected anecdotes from every member of her family and is currently working on a sequel.  She busies herself with charity fund raisers and the collecting of fire department shoulder patches.

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