In "The Jilting of Granny Weatherall," what type of advice did Granny give to her family?

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While she is sick, Granny notes that she "isn't too old yet" to give advice to Lydia about her children. Her son Jimmy had continued to ask her for business advice. Granny indicates that Cornelia asked for advice about seemingly trivial things. "Cornelia couldn't change the furniture around without asking. Little things, little things!" 

After recalling times when the children were young, Granny thinks about the importance of not wasting anything. 

I want you to pick all the fruit this year and see that nothing is wasted. There's always someone who can use it. Don't let good things rot...

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