Spicing things up

Fifty-seven! With the posting of today's Grilled Grandma: Connie, that's how many grandmas have been grilled up and featured here on Grandma's Briefs. FIFTY-SEVEN!

I've learned a lot, laughed a lot, even teared up a time or two, thanks to the thoughtful replies -- and sweet photos -- from the lovely ladies I've featured.

Maybe you've done the same. Or maybe not. Maybe you want more -- as in more questions, more answers.

Well now is your chance. I have grandmas grilled up and ready to feature through the end of the year, but I'd like to spice things up a bit, add some new questions to the grillings on the schedule for 2011.

And I'm looking to you to supply the spice.

I started the Grilled Grandma feature so we could all get to know one another better, but also so I could get some ideas, advice, inspiration from those who have been there, those who know best (I am a relative newbie, remember). But maybe there are areas of the grandparenting gig that I'm not touching on. So here's your chance to help me improve the feature, to help me grill a little deeper.

I'd love for you to take a look at the Grilled Grandma questions featured this week (they're the same as every week) and let me know which you love, which you think have grown stale. Then I want to hear from you about the additional things you would like to know about each grandma's experience, the new questions you'd like answered.

So please head on over to the 57th edition of the feature, Grilled Grandma: Connie, and, first, let the gorgeous Connie (that's her in the photo above) know what you think of her and her sweet family in the comments on that page. Then, with the grilling questions fresh in your mind, come back here and let me know in the comments on this page what more you'd like to learn from the grandparenting experts themselves: the grandmas I grill up for you here.

Thank you so much! I look forward to your help spicing things up!

Today's question:

Got any ideas for new Grilled Grandma questions to add to the mix? If so, please share. If not, share anything else on your mind, whether sweet, snarky, or silly. I'm all ears ... or eyes, in this case.