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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Still around

I am battling  a wicked case of the blahs and I now have a canker sore on the side of my tongue.  Pretty, huh? I am sure I will sprout a few hairy warts on my nose by the end of the day.

All this brings to mind an obituary I read the other day, for a 68 year old woman.  Her daughter wrote that she "passed into her next dimension" with her family at her side.  And that since her mother "claimed that she was going to live to be 180, they were all understandably shocked."  For this reason I have already written my obit. Silly as that may sound. 

3 comments:

Bob G. said...

MsN:
While not having to deal with a canker sore, I did manage to bite the inside of my mouth, and you know what they say about that...
(ypu keep ON biting it, no matter how hard you try NOT to...lol).

As for an obit?
Not there yet, but it IS on my future "to do" list...someday (just NOT today).

Hang in there and stay strong.
You will surprise yourself more than you know.

And stay safe down there.

CWMartin said...

I don't blame you. How old did you tell YOUR family you're living to? LOL I certainly wouldn't want my kids to make me sound any dumber than I am. They'd be saying, "His imaginary tumor finally got him," or "That at last was the cheeseburger with the coronary in it."

Joanne said...

Well...um...that obit was er um...unique~
anywhooo, I have a method for dealing with that canker sore...Take a q-tip and dry the sore with it as best you can; Then dip the other end in hydrogen peroxide and dab it on the sore. It'll heal it quicker.
Blessings, Joanne