"Justice," she said. It's a teeny-bopper store. We walked in and everything was 40% off so I bought her a skanky black dress with rhinestones and silver flats.
"I'm glad I came over when you wanted to go shopping," she told me.
We walked to the car. Murgatroyd gets into the back seat, which always surprises me. She seems old enough to be able to sit next to me in the front seat.
I get in the passenger seat in the front.
Murgatroyd says, "Grandma, who's going to drive the car? Your spirit?"
Later, Charles her father said, "I told her you're bored here and now you want to go over to Grandma's house to be bored there."
Murgatroyd heard this and said, "Grandma's never boring."
I'll use it for my epitaph.