Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Wacky Wednesday


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  1. I heartily concur with all three posters. However, I have reached an age at which I hope it is impossible to tell whether my slowness implies deliberate wisdom or stupidity. I usually wander off before the verdict is in.

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  2. Love them. And the third is very, very true.

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    1. Glad you liked them, EC.
      Yes indeed on the third:)

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  3. I adore your Wacky Wednesday posts, and the kitten reminds me of Bleubeard when he was young. This is too funny.

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    1. Glad you enjoy them, Elizabeth:) Bleubeard is a very handsome kitty.

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  4. Fun post, I can especially relate to the last one! Hugs, Valerie

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  5. Actually, if my wife says anything about being overweight, I really am shocked and tell her no way. She's thinner than most women half her age and in much better shape!

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    1. Can you teach my hubby how to say this? :)

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    2. Good job, Alex, in being aware.

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  6. I used to be overweight but lost quite a bit, loved the post Sandra great to read and look at.
    Yvonne.

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    1. Good for you on the weight loss, Yvonne!

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  7. long live older people doing stupid things (like me)!

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  8. cute pic and wise lines dear,enjoyed them a lot ,they reminded me words from Thomas Browne who said that Grow old eagerly ,i am fully aware of problems belong to old age as i spent lots of time with my grand parents and then my own parents ,what fears me most that at the end of the day we all become again a child who need attention and support all the time ,child gets its successfully as we have soo many hopes belong to him but unfortunately old child in most of the cases remain fail to get such warmth and affection because no mater how hard we try we cannot deny the fact that everybody thinks they have no more use so .....

    sorry i think i turn the topic to seriousness,gaining weight is very first problem of getting old and its only solution is regular exercise and yoga ,i saw a woman doing gymnastic in age of 93

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    1. Getting to the point you are dependent on others is horribly scary. If we could age to that point and stop, I'd be good with it.

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  9. Hi, dear Sandra!

    Mrs. Shady is constantly putting me on the spot, asking questions like "Does this dress make me look fat?" and "Do I look dorky with this hairstyle?" Typically I answer her question with another question, one that changes the subject, such as "Do you think the Cubs have a chance at winning the pennant this year?" (My shins are sore! :)

    Happy Wednesday, dear friend Sandra!

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    1. Shady,
      Here are your options:
      1. Of course you don't look fat
      2. Your hair looks great
      3. You look gorgeous in that dress
      4. All of the above
      In this instance the Cubs are not appreciated.
      :)

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    2. I have your reply bookmarked for quick and easy reference. I know I will need to use your tips often! :)

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  10. Still do stupid things only slower :-D

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  11. Stupid things never go away, saying yes to the first question is really dumb though lol

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  12. I'm not at all afraid of getting older. Why be worried about something that's inevitable? :)

    Have a great day!

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  13. I no longer worry about getting old - I've arrived, and it does have it's benefits. As soon as I remember what they are I'll let you know. :)

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  14. LMAO! Someone sent me an exact pic of that cat and that meme. Still kills me! Hope you're having a lovely day. :)

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    1. Yeah, I thought that was pretty good:)
      I've had a good day. Hope you have too, Anna.

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  15. These are so funny! My ADHD man has no filter so when I mentioned once how I hate being heavier than I ever have been his reply was "Oh, you can't help it because of your joints." When I told him that was not the answer I was expecting and he then replied "well, what do you want me to say, that you look like a 25 year old model? You know I would be lying." Where is an old fashioned frying pan when you want one. As for the pussy cat-love it and I totally agree with the last one:)

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  16. What was he thinking? Of course, you look like a twenty-five year old model.

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  17. Haha these were wonderful. Especially loved the first two.

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  18. I easily relate to the latter!

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  19. Oh my Gosh, the cat one... So cute! ^_^

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