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By fuckthat - / Wednesday 18 February 2009 05:08 / United States
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Maybe you should have tried telling her who you were, instead of who you weren't. Doesn't mean your granny has a sucky memory.

i agree with #8. if i were to call someone's home, and ask for two different people, and all i'm told is "no" i will assume that its the wrong number. only if you said "no grandma, mom isn't. no grandma, she isn't here either," then u can say your grandma forgot you even existed, or maybe just didn't want to talk to you.

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Maybe you should have tried telling her who you were, instead of who you weren't. Doesn't mean your granny has a sucky memory.

Sound's like Grandma is getting on in years and is experiencing a few Senior Moments. Bear with her, the one you know and love is in there somewhere. Oh... BTW, your turn will come all too soon too.

My mother and I sound so alike on the phone our respective husbands can't tell us apart. This can be used to your advantage. (Christmas and Birthdays anyone)

The Alzheimer thing may be right, also she may have been busy. They have found a connection between Alzheimer and diabetes and are working on ways to deal with it better http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/09/070926113835.htm

Don't be too hard on her, as the saying goes-"We go from diapers to diapers" or something of that sort.

i agree with #8. if i were to call someone's home, and ask for two different people, and all i'm told is "no" i will assume that its the wrong number. only if you said "no grandma, mom isn't. no grandma, she isn't here either," then u can say your grandma forgot you even existed, or maybe just didn't want to talk to you.

I agree with #20 if you told her who you were. If you didn't say your name, then could have thought that she actually dialed a wrong number. Grandparents are a bit loopy like that

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