This is why I never greeted my granny with “How are you?” She would spend 15 minutes telling me about all her aches and pains and wondering whether she had the Reader’s Digest malady of the month. Instead, I began asking “What have you been doing recently?”
So funny. Thanks, many of us can relate.
I’m afraid the ladies in my bunco and canasta groups would laugh at that one-bottle-at-a-time rack.
Glad to see you back, Liz.
Oh, Timmy, Timmy, Timmy. You have much to learn.
We are about to begin the slow descent into darkness. Dang, I will miss summer.
My dad said he never felt old until all 4 of his kids were collecting social security. Hahahaha! He is now 96 and asserts that having more birthdays is certainly better than the alternative. I consider his attitude to be the secret to his longevity.
This makes me sad. Poor Satchel shouldn’t have to fear anything.
This story arc saddens me. They all (especially Mom) deserve a nice vacation.
I remember not trusting anyone over 30 – hahahahahaha! That was around the time that Stephan was born. How perspective changes.