After you’ve put away the crystal, locked up the silver, stocked up on treats and goodies, you breathe a sigh of relief and think you’re ready for the impending whirlwind of your first sleepover with the grandkids at your house. You’ve baby proofed the outlets to keep the toddler safe, you’ve brushed up on the latest video games in order to stand a chance at competing with your eight-year-old grandson, and you’ve forced yourself to listen to the local radio station for two days in hopes of being able to relate to your teenaged granddaughter. You’ve even scheduled a day at the golf course and spa immediately after they leave. You think you’re prepared.
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