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Thread: THE BEAUTIFUL THING ABOUT GROWING OLDER

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    Super Member butterflywing's Avatar
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    I DON'T REMEMBER :roll:
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    i don't remember :lol:

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    a rose by any other name...
    bc we don't remember Roses' name...lol :wink:

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    There is nothing beautiful about growing older!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mochasue
    There is nothing beautiful about growing older!
    That's not true - you can play connect-a-dot with your age spots!

    I hope gingko works - I've been taking it for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    i don't remember :lol:
    Remember what??

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    PMSL Nice one! :-)


    Something I saw in a greeting card one day, that I try and remember, mochasue ....

    "Never regret growing older, it's a privilege denied to many."


    Having lost my dear brother in law aged just 34, and watched a friend lose her almost 3 year old daughter, both to cancer, I cherish every wrinkle and grey hair I grow. It means I'm still here with those I love.

    :-)


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    Uh.....my grandson's learned to count using the wrinkles on my face :roll: :lol: :lol: :lol: I was happy to oblige since they helped create those laugh lines :wink: :wink: :wink:

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    I should probably take that comment back seeing how I was clinically brain dead for 2 months. I was in a coma and my husband was told that I would never come out of it and "IF" I did I would be a vegetable and need to be on complete assistance for what was going to be left of my short life.
    That was in the year 2000.

    Well.....I showed them now didn't I! I can even wipe my own butt! It took me awhile. I can even talk in complete sentences :D

    Anyway...I take back my comment. Growing old is not for whimps!

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