My mom is 76.
Mine is my Mother-in-law. She turned 91 today and we had a small party for her with her only son and her only daughter (my wife). The old girl still lives on her own and seems to get by pretty well, even though she has a hard time moving about without assistance. She's in relatively good health for her age, but we know that won't last long. Assisted care is right around the corner for her, but she won't even discuss it with us...oh well.
I'll give you to the count of three to get off my property...one, two, BANG!
My mom is 76.
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The 2nd amendment is not about hunting or shooting sports, it is about the citizens of this country having the means to protect themselves and the states from the tyranny, oppression, and misery of an over powering government. Modern rifles are a means for the citizens to stand up to an over powering government.
I come from a long line of people who live along time. My oldest aunt is in her early 80s. My mother was 90 when she passed and my dad was 86.
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I have an aunt, my Dad's sister who is a thief who taught her kids well. They have the local Methodist church fooled but they are really users who steal what they can't borrow. Her daughter married my uncle's stepson so even if they look like incestors, really they aint.
I don't have any of my Mom's family left besides a cousin: my Mom's sister's kid but I don't see her much. She had a crush on my little brother when they were in school so he moved to Arkansas and she stayed up here and married a cop. Now I never see her because he don't trust me. Heck, he is the one who stole the car and had to get a reprieve before he could become a cop.
I don't have a TV for football games and Hollywood Squares so I don't get any company anyhow, so I will just get a box of saltines for the cans of sardines I have stashed, and some Townhouse crackers to go with the sausages and cheese. AND I have a big bag of Cheetos to go with the home movies for the computer to play. I will eat the sausage, cheese and crackers, and as many gizzards as I want for the all day snacks and the Cheetos I will enjoy A LOT during the movie. Maybe some cheesy popcorn too. (I am really into Gourmet foods)
Oh, if I can connect with another coon or some other wild critter that will be my meat for dinner. Some mashed potaters and turnip greens will be my healthy food. Hopefully someone will get me a deer out on 61 and the deputy I paid will call me before it gets ran over too much. I like em tender but not thinner than the paper plates I use.
I have some artificial Maple Flavor so I will boil up some sugar water and pour a drip of the maple in there for topping off my pancakes. (Flap Jacks to some) I have to have eggs and ham or bacon with pancakes for Christmas breakfast so if Farmer Wiggins goes to Florida as planned I will watch his farm again and load up on eggs. I ain't too sure if I can lug a hog home so I may have to get a small one. I hope it don't snow around midnight as it will be hard haulin a live pig on my bike. I could do it when I was young but then she would help me do the steerin.
Well, I will let y'all know how it goes. If I don't write over the holidays you will know a sheriff drove by while I was heading home. See ya.
My sister is a little older, but otherwise there is nobody left.
My mother is 91, still in pretty good health. Still sharp as a tack, plays card games and dominoes well.
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I have an aunt, by marriage, that still lives on her own and still drives. She's very independent, and 95 years old. Watch out for that little red car!
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My Uncle is 84 but he is more of a brother as we hung out together building model airplanes and squirrel hunting and stuff.
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Dang, I refuse to play this time, folks! I am not old, at least I don't feel like it....and while I have some lovely silver frosting in my hair, my younger brother's hair is snow white! HA! Now that's beating the odds, for sure.
And..... DH is older than me, so I'll always be young!
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