Maybe Grandma was leading a double life. Since a double life is usually secret, I’ve never known anything about it. and while highly improbable, it is entirely possible.
My grandma was a sweet lady, unless you’re on the wrong side of the customer service equation. She taught me the value of top level service, having spent years providing it as a clothing consultant, and demanded it as a customer.
It was nothing for Grandma to stand up and walk out of a restaurant, or have a conversation with the manager because the level of service didn’t match her expectations. It wasn’t just one blanket level expectation, mind you, it was a sliding bar depending on the place of business. The expectations of a high-end restaurant or different than the expectations of a family restaurant, or fast food franchise, for example. Anyhow, I don’t think Grandma had a double life, as she was usually too busy demanding the very best out of the one she had.
This is Grandma, however, masquerades as a dumpling maker.
For the past 12 years she has been spinning records in the club. DJ Sumirock likes to add jazz, French chanson, and classical to her techno fundamentals. She’s made a name for herself in Japan and wants to make her way to North America
Really, whether it’s my grandma telling you not to buy that top because the stitching is shoddy, or it’s DJ Sumirock dropping dumplings and/or mad beats in the club, it’s all about customer service, and taking care of the people around you.