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LOVE it! LOL Puuuuurfect, Tim :))) I'm smiling and laughing...Have a Happy Day!Hugs :)Kelly
I'm not so sure it's WHAT the hell happened as much as WHEN the hell it happened. Because the last time I looked, I WAS young. When did I turn old? One day I'm grousing because I turned 30, or 35, or 40, or 45, or 50, or 55, or...oh my gosh! 61? When the hell did that happen?
KELLY,My only wish is to bring a smile to your face :)LISSA,You know it, sister!LINDA,None of us bargained for this...so who the HELL do we sue? (You've put it so well, because that's exactly how it happens.)
My knees agree with you completely. LOL.
I've solved this particular conundrum by banning mirrors of any kind in my house.
Absolutely, Tim -- And sadly I am growing old faster than my elder sisters -- every time a grey hair falls on my face I ask -- what the hell happened (to my pitch black hair)...they still have it! :)(Perhaps its the extreme heat here and the chemically treated water -- whatever I am growing a year older every day....but at heart a teenager poking fun! :))wishes, devika
Hey I even got OVER THAT lol too good ;)
SELMA,A good excuse not to be getting down and scrubbing those floors, anyway :)KOBICO,Guys can't do that, because we'd cut ourselves shaving!DEVIKA,Just my opinion, but I think black hair with a little grey in it is attractive...and quite distinguished looking as well. That teenager is the one who looks around and says what the hell happened! LOL When all is said and done, isn't it who we are inside that really matters?
YYEEESSSS! I am smiling, laughing reading it --Thanks for that dear Tim :)wishes, devika
And inside every younger person is an older person saying: Lemme outta here!!! :)