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Old 01-13-2012, 11:34 PM   #36
APACHEFIRE
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Wink you are only as old as your mind tells you!

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Originally Posted by neling4 View Post
Old? Who's Old?

Why am I getting ads in the mail inviting me to check out nursing homes and to buy cemetery plots???
DANGGGG! well, at least i havent gotten THOSE kind yet. just the forever hopeful AARP letters. maybe they would stop if i sent them a letter sayin....NO WAY JOSE?!
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I have absolutely no intention of aging gracefully. I intend to fight it kicking and screaming all the way!!!

Ways to keep age at bay? Hair dye and retinol!!!

kickin n fightin is what makes ya old! **laughin**
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Seriously, age is a state of mind.

My Grandma Peppy always said you're only as old as you feel. She stayed young until she died when she was in her mid- late-90's.
i sure hope that isnt the case...cos ever since i had that bad fall in 2002, i have felt like i am 90 years old. my brain keeps telling me im some where between 17 & 46. i still love to chew my daily quota of bubble gum, blowing bubbles n all. i also know that i am wise enough to be the adult i am. **laughin** i still go out and dance under the moonlight, in the wind, or when it snows when i feel like it. my views on life are as young as a pre-teen with the wisdom of the 46 year old.
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My gran for her 90th birthday wanted a gel seat for her snowmobile.. said the factory one was too hard on her butt. I would have bought her a new snowmobile if she'd asked... I loved that she quit working full time when she was 87 and went part time...lol She was still bagging her moose, elk and caribou right up until she was 95. She'd go out on her own, shoot, field butcher the animal and drag it back on her snowmobile's sled.

When she was 95, she went to the Dominican Republic and slipped getting off the plane and broke her arm. The airline wanted to take her to a hospital there and she was , "Nope. Put me back on a plane, I'll get it set back home." She got back on the a returning plane,, got her arm set and left again for her holiday. I have pictures of her dancing with some young and lovely 25 year old guy...cast and all...lol

I always said that if I had to take someone with me to a desert island, it would be her. She'd have me weaving a raft out of leg hair to get off the island but she'd get us off...lol
man, are you lucky to have her genes! and maybe her ‘jeans’ too! **laughin**
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