While driving out of town on Saturday, RLB and I stopped at a McDonald's for lunch. The booth we sat in was right behind a young millennial and her grandmother. The young gal looked to be between eighteen and twenty and Grandma looked like she was in her eighties.
Perhaps Grandma was hard of hearing, though we couldn't hear her end of the conversation, but Miss Thang was talking very loudly. For the next fifteen minutes we got to listen to a disheartening display of the inability to blush.
Miss Thang was telling Grandma all of her woes. Mom was requiring her to pay $150 a month rent!:
"No, I don't think she's lonely, Grandma, she just needs my money. I'm not there 90% of the time, I'm always at Matt's, so basically I'm paying all that money for storage."
"Her health insurance sucks Grandma, I'm not going to be able to keep my doctor. It's ridiculous, I wanna stay at that clinic, I wanna keep that doctor, I wanna keep the dentist I have now."
"Yes, I love this doctor, he is so thorough, he checks my IUD every time I go in."
"Do you know what an IUD is Grandma?"
There was more. So much more.