Girls, Girls, Girls, oops & Guys (forget we now have men amongst us)
Who cares whats those old bats think about the handicap placards. Stare them down, don't cower. Do, what I did, get the license plates. Yes, I am 56 yrs old, but I don't look 56 at least thats what people tell me. But, thats beside the point. Whether I look young or old, I am not going to let people dictate to me what I do. I come rolling out of my car with a cane and darn oxygen tank strapped on and the old bats and farts still scower at me. If I am in a rotten mood, I have been known to say "hey you got a problem". When I am not doing good I do get mean & nasty. No where in the handicap rules does it say we have to be a certain age to park our vehicles in those spots. So, for who ever let theirs expire, shame on you, go get another one and display it proudly, to hell with the looks, you need it otherwise your dr would not have signed that form for you to obtain one. For those of us that have them use them you are entitled to that spot like anyone else with a medical problem. Ok, I will shut up on this subject lol.
LL just because you have medical problems does not mean that you cannot have a life. Bravo for you and your Sis taking in the flea market, I love those things. That was the best exercise in the world for you and your Sis. I bet the two of you had a blast together and you probably laughed more that day than you have in a long time. That trip out with your Sis was the best medicine you could have ever taken.
I want to walk in in a Crohns walk next month to raise money. Its the first time to my knowledge they have had something like that here in Ft Worth. Most of the activities are planned in Dallas and I don't do Dallas lol. Its a one mile walk up to three miles. So, I am reading my brochure about it and tell my husband I want to do it. His reply was, Susie you can't walk in something like that, you can't walk across the street let alone something like. Thank you for the vote of confidence. I am still thinking on it. I thought perhaps I would get my daughter to go with me and she could get me help if I needed it. She does alot walks for cancer and hemachromatosis to raise money for those diseases.
Hang in there gang, there is always room for someone else to come along and screw our day up. lol. Susie
Post Edited (straydog) : 3/31/2009 3:08:33 PM (GMT-6)