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To find old furniture that just needs a little love, try recycled building supply stores, estate sales or auctions, garage sales, antique stores, second-hand stores, online, or your granny's attic.
There were granny leopard coats and turbans over silk dresses printed with rearing gold Greek horses.
The song paints the president as a senile granny trying to make it into heaven.
Late one evening in a typically sprawling Indian slum, an elderly woman with bad knees simply called ajji, or granny (playwright-actress Sushma Deshpande), is searching for her missing 10-year-old granddaughter Manda (Sharvani Suryavanshi).
Blue skies and granny spies Beijing, and the rest of the country, is already under extremely tight security as the congress gets underway.
There’s also some nice comic character work by Donny Gersonde as an exuberant dance studio accompanist and Alexandra Gonzalez as Billy’s foul-mouthed granny.
And when paired with a leopard print skirt, retro granny-chic charm necklace and a peekaboo flash of bra strap? All the better.
That includes working with TRPA earlier this year to allow Tahoe homeowners to build secondary residences, also known as granny flats, on properties of one acre or less in size.
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