Katie and I made a dash into Wal-Mart this afternoon. Once we picked out our grapes and hamburger, we were greeted by a bubbly and enthusiastic cashier. She started a conversation with Katie and ended up asking, "So, are you enjoying your day with Grandma?"
Huh? Katie looked at the cashier like she was speaking Chinese. (Good girl, Katie!)
I had to enter the conversation at that point. "She's enjoying a day with Mommy."
"Oh, I'm sorry," she replied.
I didn't mean to make her feel bad. Granted I AM old enough to be her grandmother--barely. But why do people just assume that because you aren't a very young person that you must be a grandparent? Am I being over-sensitive here? (It's quite ok to say that I am!)
This happens at least once a month. Looks like I'd be used to it by now!