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"Grandma, what are you doing?"
I looked at her as she planted another set of familiar looking plants, her giant glasses barely fitting at
the tip of her nose.
"Oh, I started a little business selling those, after your grandpa passed away I started to grow them,
they were his favourite for some reason."
"You do know what kind of plants they are right?"
"Yes dear, the man who sold them to me called them Cannabis something, I heard they have healing
properties like Aloe Vera but are hard to find and sell, I'm not sure why, they have good taste.”
“I wouldn't say they're hard to find...”
“What did you say dear?”
“Oh it's nothing, really, do you need help?”
“Yes, why don't you go to the living room? There are guests coming”
Thinking about the guests that might be coming made me feel a shiver in my back, why does grandma
always end up in these kind of problems? Last time we had to go and pick her up from a Brazilian prison
because she got lost in the way back home, which is quite the feat considering we live in Sweden.
My thoughts about that sudden travel around the world were interrupted with a soft knock in the door,
the slow yet rhythmical knock reminded me of the password drug dealers use in movies. I opened the
door slightly and asked what business they had here, before I realized it I was already surrounded by
them, unable to move the first thing they did was… pinch my cheeks?
“Jimmy, look at you, you got so tall!”
“Ow, ow, ow what was that for?”
“You were being rude, asking questions without even opening the door as if we were Jehovah
witnesses, Where is Betty?”
“She is in the backyard with her… plants”
“Ohh, so she really is going to start that tea business she talked about”
“What? What is this about a tea business?”
“You really should try her tea Jimmy, those plants your uncle used to sell make for a really good tea”
“He used to sell them?”
“How did you think he got rich?”
“They told me he used to sell grass and little crystals… oh.”