This is for you kids who haven’t had the thrill of turning 70,71,72,73 etc. If you live long enough my friends you will enjoy the thrill at looking in the mirror and finally admitting, “Dang, I look too good to be dead!” (today’s pictures say it all!)
You have read the stuff sent in mass across the net about getting old; you have laughed at a lot of folks. I have several good friends who love to send that cr-- to me.(Hinting that I am old) LOL
Misdirection is a great thing in the life of a magician, he gets you intentionally looking at his right hand when his left hand is doing the dirty. BUT, misdirection is not always good in your life. Today was a good example. We took our ‘OLD’ pastor and his young wife out for a farewell lunch today. We visited and talked for a good while, then we went our separate ways.
Sherry got a call, ‘Have you seen my purse?’ Juanita asked, ‘If you don't have it, I must have left it at the Restaurant.’
Being a magician, right away, I said, ‘She was carrying the left overs and talking, the little box of left overs, satisfied her subconscious mind, her mind knew she always carried something (doesn’t every woman?), and the box satisfied her subconscious that she had what she came in with.
Before you jump on the sweet Juanita, I have a few things to say. I am younger than she and I am about to admit to something's that most RV’ers would never admit to. First, one back ground incident. When we first started RV’ing I was looking directly at a coach when he drove off with everything still hooked up, water, sewer and electric. What a mess; sparks flying, water shooting in the air and sh— all over the ground.. Down inside I smiled, thinking, that old man needs to quit driving and go home.
Well over the last 15 years I have done it all, thank goodness not at one time, but I have moved the coach with some connection still hooked, and that because my mind was misdirected by another action. Even young drivers will take off with their steps out or the TV antennae still up. We get side tracked or misdirected. Ok, sometimes I get plain confused. LOL!
(Same size, but not us,Driver was misdirected)
(I was thinking of our dear friend Paula, John got her mind misdirected then jumped in the cab of the truck carrying a live kicking, sh—ing calf. Everyone got a laugh out of that ‘cept Pauline!)
(Did I take a wrong turn, where are the tracks? I shoulda had the 2nd cup of coffee!)
(This is leaving a Higgins boat much too soon!)
Thanks for reading this junk.
Let me tell you about my doctor:
One patient came in and said, "Doctor, I have a serious memory problem." The doctor asked, "When did it start?" The man replied, "When did what start?"
Louis is an expert on auto’s of the past. He is a Packard man! This is a 1958 Packard. I don’t think I ever saw one in real life. It looks a lot like the Desoto, methinks.