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Old 04-08-2008, 10:10 PM   #1231
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I don't know wether to put this in smiles or celebrations!

I went to the liqour store this afternoon (which in and of itself is a celebration), and after I paid for my things, the lady gave me a second look and said "I'm sorry, could I see your ID please?"....

Folks I am about to turn 34 which really is making me feel elderly. (I know I'm not, I'm sorry its just the place I'm in) I was wearing sweats and didn't put my make-up on today...... making me feel even better!!!!

Also at work I put on the calendar that my 24th b-day is coming up.... just to get a laugh since the kids are all putting up thier 16th anf 17th b-days, and my MIL works there also. One of the kids asked me on Sunday how old my kids were...... I found out later she ACTUALLY thought I was 23 and had my first kid at 15!!!!

I am having an awesome week!!!!
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Old 04-08-2008, 11:03 PM   #1232
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I don't know wether to put this in smiles or celebrations!

I went to the liqour store this afternoon (which in and of itself is a celebration), and after I paid for my things, the lady gave me a second look and said "I'm sorry, could I see your ID please?"....

Folks I am about to turn 34 which really is making me feel elderly. (I know I'm not, I'm sorry its just the place I'm in) I was wearing sweats and didn't put my make-up on today...... making me feel even better!!!!

Also at work I put on the calendar that my 24th b-day is coming up.... just to get a laugh since the kids are all putting up thier 16th anf 17th b-days, and my MIL works there also. One of the kids asked me on Sunday how old my kids were...... I found out later she ACTUALLY thought I was 23 and had my first kid at 15!!!!

I am having an awesome week!!!!

I bet you're walking on beauty clouds!!

If you want to really prolong your youth the cheap way then start protecting your skin from the sun if you don't already. Wear sunscreen and antiwrinkle cream (I buy the cheaper generic) as a daily make-up base.....I buy the kind made specifically for faces and at least a 30SPF.. Avoid the sun as much as possible or wear a protective hat.........thank god I hated sunbathing while growing up in the sunscreenless decades.......you could always find me under the umbrellas.......eat a good diet and drink plenty of fluids and you should keep your youthful appearance. I, too, have been mistakened for younger years......at nearly 54 I have no wrinkles yet and no gray hair. But the hair is due to genetics and not sunscreen. My son's pediatrician looked extremely young for his age and according to his wife he didn't go anywhere without sunscreen since his 20's. Far cheaper than cosmetic surgery that isn't covered by insurance....
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Old 04-08-2008, 11:11 PM   #1233
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That I can't help, I LOVE the sun, look sickly if I stay this pasty.....
But I know when to get out of it and not burn to a crisp.... ok maybe after the 1st burn of spring..... which i wish i could have had by now!!!!
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Old 04-08-2008, 11:16 PM   #1234
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ahh, the scent of a good barbiequzie!!!!!!
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Nice One!!!!!
BT will be sooooooo proud!!!!!
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Old 04-08-2008, 11:30 PM   #1236
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LOL!!!!!!!!!!!! You're right......it sounds just like something he would say......oh, goodness........does this mean I'm .....................????????????
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LOL!!!!!!!!!!!! You're right......it sounds just like something he would say......oh, goodness........does this mean I'm .....................????????????
Yep! On your way to the woodshed!


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What if I refuse to press charges?????
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Oh, great, can I be the chief designer of Dove's new woodshed??-----I love loud flower-power designs in bright blue and foiled, flocked wallpaper in burnt orange......that should be punishment enough don't you think and a beaded doorway..........I'm sure some of you can add other furnishings........
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