JUDY WOODRUFF: … You are showing a side of yourself that people don’t see on “60 Minutes” here.
LESLEY STAHL: Well, that’s true. I don’t go around saying, I’m a grandmother, although I feel it. I feel it. I want to tell everybody.
JUDY WOODRUFF: I will be honest right up front, I have serious grandmother envy. I’m dying to have grandchildren. Is it really as great as you make it out to be?
LESLEY STAHL: It’s twice as great as I make it out to be.
It’s — it’s an extraordinary new chapter that opens up suddenly, and no matter how many people tell you it’s the best thing that could ever happen to you, it’s — you don’t — you don’t understand what they mean until it happens to you, because it’s so full, body-full.
It just takes you over in such an elation way, elated way, that you just can’t believe this new kind of emotion that you have never felt before.
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