A taste of FAITH, a touch of LAUGHTER.
I will be 67 when I wake up tomorrow. Seems like I barely had time to be 66, and now it’s running out already.
What can I get up to in the last few hours??????
Start the party early! Happy birthday for tomorrow. 🙂
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Celebrate living so long! Happy birthday!
Sing loudly, dance wildly, Eat and drink too much. Laugh until your sides ache.Keep looking forward. Love everyone you come in contact with. Sleep late the next morning. Happy Birthday. I’m right behind you.
Review where you have been, plan where you are going, stay healthy.
I hope you had an amazing day on your special day for special ladies. I am behind reading my emails (where your posts are deposited every time you post to your blog) so I just found it and I thought of Erma Bombeck. You’re kinda funny, too, and as a fellow widder woman, I want you to check out this website:
The first one about God creating mothers is funny but the second one, “If I Had My Life To Live Over”, has always been one of my favorite of her writings. In fact, because of Erma Bombeck, I burn the good candles, I wear the inappropriate fancy outfits without embarrassment (my kids are another story!), I would use the good china in the china cabinet if I had less furniture (a loveseat is blocking it) and I had been eating more ice cream until I was diagnosed with Diabetes Type 2 in December. Looking now for low-carb chocolate because I just can’t — don’t want to — give it up.
Embrace who you are, my friend. I have a feeling that you already do. Let’s live and love and laugh every day that God allows us to wake up each morning!
Thanks so much for the encouragement! Us widder women gotta stick together 😉
One very short life to live, so we should try our best to live it well! 🙂
Reblogged this on Ancien Hippie.
The question is who you can get up to…not what.
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