Perhaps a couple.
My great-grandmother, Jessie (Longan) Thompson, would always tell us the story about her and her siblings going over to their grandparent's house. Her grandfather, John B. Longan, was suspected of running with the Jesse James' gang when he was younger, or at least that's how the story goes. No evidence yet to prove this, but there is evidence that he attempted bank robbery when he was young (see his profile for more information).
My great-grandmother, Jessie, would tell us that her and her siblings would go over to their grandparent's house and that they were allowed to jump on their feather bed until feathers exploded everywhere, and her grandmother, Eliza (Cook) Longan, would just laugh and laugh at that.
My great-grandmother never once saw her grandmother wash clothes, but they would throw out their clothes when they got too dirty, and just buy new ones. She remembered seeing her grandfather bring in a whole tree in the house to put in the fireplace, instead of chopping it up into logs. And that he would sit in his rocking chair, and when the tree burned down he would push more of it into the fireplace with his boot.
Did he actually rob a bank? They didn't seem to be hurting for money. I'm not sure if we will ever really know.
When Jessie was older she was very involved in politics, and I remember seeing a letter addressed to her that was an invitation to John F. Kennedy's inaugural ball.
And when I was young, I remember Jessie coming over to our house for our annual Christmas Eve party, and she would play the fiddle and sing these old songs, with a couple of songs that just had nonsense lyrics.
When her and her sisters got together at the same Christmas eve parties, I remember that they would all start talking a mile a minute, with multiple conversations going on at the same time, talking across from each other. It made it very difficult to keep up.