Our neighbor up the road in Asturias called us in Madrid to tell us she was worried about our car. Nothing's wrong with it mind you, and it's parked behind a locked gate, but still, she was worried. Nice to know someone is looking out for us, but still, a strange reason to call. Until she got to subject number two: her grandson, who is 25 years old, wants to be a journalist, and lives in Madrid. Would we call him?
"Your grandmother asked us to call" doesn't seem the right opening, and after that, I can't think of the first thing to say to a 25-year-old Spanish stranger. But his grandmother's property would be the first one to get a new cement post should we connect to the electrical system, so I suppose call is what we'll do.