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Posted on Jun 27, 2010 at 05:07 PM

The age to qualify for the discounts that seniors enjoy varies from place to place. I never had an over the hill party but I take advantage of the senior discounts when I can. This should be an interesting blog for me. Since there is no advertising here it doesn't really matter what I write about. I really enjoy reading a good book and I love to write. I do have a few blogs already but they are built around products and advice.

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Posted on Nov 06, 2010 at 04:35 AM

I am 66 and have worked all my life. Haven't worked now for 3 mos. and hating it. Bored silly and poor. Looking for part time work. Doesn't bother me to be old but I hate being poor. Just have to figure out how to keep the old body well oiled. My bike is my toy for now. Need a sidecar for my dog and I could wonder the globe. Would be nice to have a two legged companion.

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Posted on Oct 17, 2010 at 12:02 PM

Quoting leatherdiva:

I have never really understood the term over the hill, to me that just means a casual strole to the bottom and a joyous time in the meadow. I am looking for a Harley of my own, just learned to drive and looking forward to having a great time by myself, with others and if I too find a knight on a chromed stallion that will make it even better

"Knight on a chromed stallion" -I like that!

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Posted on Aug 31, 2010 at 08:35 PM

after a life of hard work and sometimes hard play,there are days I feel 80. livin, a little more moderate now,if I,m over the hill should'nt I be coasting now.

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Posted on Aug 28, 2010 at 09:13 AM

Everyone has a right to respect. I sincerely believe that. I just want to remind you that part of respecting yourself is taking care of yourself. It is important to live life, and to enjoy, and to be happy, and indulge a little bit, but also get regular exercise and medical care. There's no point in living to 100, if you have to spend the last twenty in bed or in pain.

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Posted on Aug 22, 2010 at 02:56 PM

Amen TATTOED!!! I go to thejewler an dbuy my own and wear it when I want to. Got tired of Mr wonderful buying me things or giving me things and then takin gthem back for whatever reason. One year i got a brand new washer machine that covered all his buying !!! Prick...anyway...I live in the delusion that there are men out there that really know how to love and treat a LADY! Too many skanky asses out there that accept whatever trinket is handed their way...While he's blowing his paycheck on her and others, I was home with kids and bills and a full time job to cover the bullshit. Then he goes into rehab blames it all on the drugs so i take him back (dumb ass me) and he leaves me six months later for the 19 year old sleeze that he'd been doin all the time!! What a trip...Hadn't been pissed about that in years since he was hit by a drunk driver and killed and I ended up taking care of the bitch and their side product. That was in 95 and until now I hadn;t really given it a second thought. Guess back to the therapist lol:)


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Posted on Jul 05, 2010 at 07:52 AM

I ride my own and LOVE it. No waitin around for anyone else, or puttin your life in someone elses hands. After 5 years I still get nervous about takin that first ride, people are so careless, but I grab a piece of gum and go for it. So far so good! Best of luck to ya;)

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Posted on Jul 04, 2010 at 01:05 PM

Truth is it ain't nuttin but a number.. u feel as old or young as you want.. you r the one it matters most to.. if you feel good then it shows to everyone.. but then who gives a crap anyway.. you have fun as much as you can handle..you will be a memory to someone you might not even know is there..they better join in or they r gonna be left behind.. saying I wish that was me..

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Posted on Jun 30, 2010 at 07:20 PM

I have never really understood the term over the hill, to me that just means a casual strole to the bottom and a joyous time in the meadow. I am looking for a Harley of my own, just learned to drive and looking forward to having a great time by myself, with others and if I too find a knight on a chromed stallion that will make it even better

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Posted on Jun 28, 2010 at 10:24 PM

Well when you find out what the benefits are for over the hill and single let me know?

Booking a motel room for 1 rather for 2? I rather pay the price of a double occ. at least I know I am with someone!!!!!

Riding solo? Who is going to pick up the tab for a nice dinner?

Cooking a meal and the recipe calls for 6-8 people and you're stuck eating it for a week?

Baking a lucious pie or cake, or homemade bread from scratch  and darn it, you have to sit there and eat it all before it goes stale!

The upside:

No one tells me that I snore and kept them awake all night

The dirty dishes in the sink are yours

You can go to the bathroom anytime and not have to wait for someone to get out/and the seat is always down, and you're not stuck with an empty toiletpaper roll

 Starching and ironing 36 work shirts and not hearing a thankyou

You'll always have a nice birthday and not remember back that on your last birthday he's tells you he wants a divorce so he can be with a bartender skank instead.

You can buy what you wanted from the Kays Jewelers flyer for christmas, instead of the gift you wanted was purchased for the skank instead and you got something totally different!

Some truth of the above but right now finding humor in it now but not then.

I refuse to join AARP and I refuse to think I am old and I refuse to think that I won't find my knight in shining armor again and finish out my years in complete bliss

 

 


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