You go, girl! I once won a $900 jackpot on a nickel machine and what made it so sweet is that it was on my comp!
I bet, however, you knew how old you were when you won it!
I stopped having birthdays a long time ago- so I'm still very young! Hee-Hee. 52 years old is more like it. There are years where I have to really think- How old am I??
It takes me 2 hours to get going in the mornings. There is "no" moving fast for me.
Good luck at the casino! GamJill
OMG! I have also had times where I forgot how old I was and had to count starting from my birth year. How embarrassing!
As for how long it takes me in the morning, I usually need an extra hour or so, but it also depends on how much pain I'm in. There have been times I've had severe sciatica and couldn't bend or bend my legs. So it took me 45 min to and hour just to get my socks on! It would take even more time to get the rest of my clothes on. Plus doing everything else. And just to get in or out of the car could take up to 1/2 hour when in such severe pain.
I have forgotten how old I am many times, I have never lied about it, but when I stop to think of the age, I've had ppl say don't make it up, just tell the truth. For many yrs. I felt like I was still 21, that ship sailed a l o n g time ago. Now I don't feel any particular age, just ME. I need time to get ready to go someplace. When I went to work and getting children ready for school, I needed at least 3 hrs. to do it all. Now just to get me ready, it is usually 2 hrs. I have 2 speeds, stop and go. I make my adjustments to time so I don't slow anyone else down. The thought of being late drives me crazy.
I know my house phone, not a prob. My cell phone is another story, my DD put my number in my phone on my list of family and friends. Since my name starts w/ A, I'm first on my list - easy to find. lol. At least when I see it, I recognize it. My DD also put my DH's number in his phone. He still doesn't recognize the number if he sees it, and his name isn't right there.
I remember my familiy's B/D, even my sibs families, including their grandchildren, anniversaries, B/D for friends, but what I just read a few minutes ago - Not so much.
God bless. Alice.
My hair started to go grey when I was about 11 or 12. I had so much grey in my hair, ppl would comment on it. I colored my hair from about 23 to 39 yrs old. I decided to frost my hair to make a subtle transition, Surprise!. My hair was WHITE. I have left it natural since then, I used to have it short for yrs., I've let it grow in the past 5 yrs.
I had just started a new job, awhile after my hair went white. One woman I just met at school asked me, very loudly, if I just came out of retirement. I wanted to punch her into tomorrow, but I just said, No I just came from the bus stop dropping my DD off for school. She thought I had one foot in the grave. The other teacher in the room, whom I just met, came over and gave me a hug. I found out they couldn't stand each other. I had a new best friend. Still do, lovely lady. The woman was so lazy, I ran rings around her every day. She was almost 20 yrs. younger than me. My mother and older sister both turned 'white' rather early. So I guess it's in the cards. So is cancer in my family, so I will avoid the hair dyes.