Don't get me wrong, I love my mother-in-law. But . . . she is always dropping hints or telling me how things should be done. We are next door neighbors and she usually walks her dog across the field and through our yard back to the road to her house. When she comes throught the yard the kids run out to tell her hi and about their day. I know my kids are lucky to have grandparents this close but it gets on my nerves once in a while. Well last time she was here her and the kids went to check the pumkins which are the last things standing in the garden, everything else we mowed over for the chickens and we also dump our scraps out their for them. My daughter Cassie came up to the house with her shirt full of eggs they had found in the garden. I just felt like she was rubbing it into my face with an "I told you so".(My mother-in-law always made the comment that with our birds free ranging during the day they were probaly laying eggs all over the yard and in the field.) Here the eggs were hard boiled eggs that I had thrown out in the garden as a treat for the girls. I told Cassie to go throw them back out in the garden! I hope grandma learned her lesson!