My grandfather, Big Gran, is 96 and still lives on his own. My sister, aunt and I take turns checking on him, running errands, taking care of household chores and doing his grocery shopping. To be honest, the majority of the time these responsibilities fall on my sister and aunt — and thank God for them! About a month ago Big Gran called me wanting chicken thighs. Yes he still cooks. Later that same day, I just happen to be talking with my mother. "No, no!", she said, "He doesn't want thighs, he wants chicken breasts. He doesn't like dark meat."On account of his good heart, Mr.P headed out to the grocery store to pick up chicken breasts and continued on to my grandfather's house. Big Gran, on occasion, gets tired of talking to the women in the family, and understandably so. He enjoys discussing current events, religion and politics with another man. I must tell you, I love Mr.P for visiting with my grandfather.