At my granddaughter's wedding reception, the DJ polled the guests to see who had been married longest. It turned out to be my husband and me. The DJ asked us, "What advice would you give to the newly married couple?"I said, "The three most important words in a marriage are, 'You're probably right.'"Everyone then looked at my husband. He said, "She's probably right."
Tennessee Treetop Skywalk I found perusing. Looks like fun.
I didn't bother making a Thanksgiving turkey this year
@ded ... sometimes when I'm near a person walking their dog, especially the small ones about as high as your ankle, I say, "Just think - if you had a skateboard and a rope, you could let the dog haul you home".
Often there's a friendly, sometimes a humorous, reply.
Sometimes I continue wiith something like, "That would not be so good on the outbound leg, as the dog might not know which way to go, but there'd be no problem when homebound, as s/he'd know the way then", and everyone agrees.
@liira, vintage'55 ...
Good wishes to Mila and family ... maybe mention to the young one with you these congrats and good wishes from many people, including an old man far away. ________
While I've had some health issues they haven"t been too serious.and haven't restricted me too much.
I frequently say that my body has spoiled me, for when I ask it to do something, it hardly ever says, "Listen, you darned old fool, I can't that for you any more"!
When it asks me how come I'm still around, it'll hear, "Listen Buster - don't forget: when I go - you go! So don't get in a hurry, O. K.?".
Greetings to Edmonton and area: my brother and family moved there about 50 years ago and his widow lives there now, with a couple of offspring northwest of town, and I lived in Gainford for a couple of years, almost 40 years ago.