Funny, You Don't Look Like a Grandmother

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Samuel French, Inc., 2009 - American drama - 77 pages
Funny, You Don¿t Look Like a Grandmother is a humorous, heartwarming revue that looks at modern grandmothers in a whole new light. These are the women who have thrown away the granny glasses, shapeless black dresses and Red Cross shoes and replaced them with cute little tennis dresses, skis and a condo in Florida. The show celebrates these changes with skits and songs about everything from what to name the grandmother to her availability as baby sitter, her job, her friends, her activities, her new interest in shopping, but most of all, her relationship to that incredible new baby and its parents. Whether you are a grandparent or a grandchild, every generation of your family will love this show!

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I am looking forward to being a grandmother and "Funny people say I don't look old enough to be one!" Read full review

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As a Grahdmother I can identify and even laugh. Read full review

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Rob "Waldo" Waldman is a decorated former fighter pilot, sales manager, and professional leadership speaker. His Fortune 500 clients include Hewlett-Packard, Aflac, Marriott, Medtronic, and Nokia. He has been featured on Fox News and "BusinessWeek" online and in the "Atlanta Journal-Constitution" and "Selling Power". A lieutenant colonel in the Air Force Reserve, Waldman lives in Atlanta where he was ranked one of the Top 40 under 40 Business Leaders in Georgia.

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