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Started by Spell Chick, December 17, 2017, 11:23:36 AM

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Mastafrank

Good thing I chose my left arm to get the vaccine, coulld barely lift it afterwards :o

Spell Chick

"Early in life I had to choose between honest arrogance and hypocritical humility. I chose the former and have seen no reason to change."
--  Frank Lloyd Wright, American architect and writer, (1867-1959)



hahahhahahahahahah
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Gyppo

The man has a point.  Of the two fake humility is far more grating.

Dansinger

One of my cousins died this morning. I hardly knew her, but somehow it's basically all I can think about today. Funny, eh?
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Jo Bannister

I don't think it is funny, Dan.  It's the old blood's-thicker-than-water thing, isn't it? - family remains family whether we see them or not.  I think it's nice that you're thinking of your cousin.  I think she would think so too.

Dansinger

She probably would. She was a nice person. Sweet, and kind. Definitely a lot nicer than me. I mean, I obviously have feelings, but I just don't show them as easily as others. To many people, I come across as stand-offish and aloof. Not her, though. Such a bubbly personality.
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Spell Chick

I'm sorry for your loss. Family, even distant family, holds a special place.
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Laura

If I had to live my life again, I'd make the same mistakes, only sooner.
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Dansinger

Thanks, ladies. Let's have a drink.

To life!
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Mastafrank

My condolences dan :-[

Raises glass

Dansinger

Thanks, Frank. Have another drink.
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geoffnelder

Sorry for your loss, Dansinger. I've lost so many family members I've found myself the oldest Nelder within 200 miles. Scary.

Dansinger

Yes, it's a scary thing. My dad is the only one of the previous generation still alive. But, on a lighter note, I promised my children I'm going to live to 120 years. Let's hope I can keep that promise.
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Spell Chick

I have absolutely no desire to live that long. My mother died at 84 as she was getting ready to go out to meet a friend for lunch. Her sisters, now 94 and 96 are both still alive. They are not doing well. Both need care takers. Both are nearly deaf, nearly blind, unable to do much beyond exist. This sounds absolutely horrible to me. Luckily, I look just like my mother. I'm looking forward to 84 with equanimity. It seems better than the alternative.
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Jo Bannister

I'm with you, Chick.  It's a question of Never mind the width, feel the quality.  Extra years are only worth having if, on the whole, they're enjoyable.  It shouldn't be an endurance test.