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Joined: 2009-08-11

Relationship Wisdom

If you love something, set it free.

If it comes back, it was, and always will be yours.

If it never returns, it was never yours to begin with.

If it just sits in your living room, messes up your stuff, eats your food, uses your telephone, takes your money, and never behaves as if you actually set it free in the first place, you either married it or gave birth to it!


Joined: 2009-09-04
Just loved the last part

Just loved the last part about being married or giving birth to it. So true !!!

Joined: 2009-08-07
Now I know!

Now I know what I have to look forward too!:D

Joined: 2009-08-07
Wisdom of the old?

Elsie young lady,
Wisdom is the advice that the old give to the young knowing full well they are either too old to put it into practice themselves or to wise to try.
Maybe I'm getting cynical in my latter years.
Stll dreaming of the spring.

Joined: 2009-08-07
Love it!

Always love your posts Elsie!

Joined: 2009-08-07
Perhaps I shouldn't say but......

Did you know that reindeers of both sexes have antlers. Now the males all lose theirs at the end of the rutt in the fall.
So you know now all Santas reindeers are female.
After all only a woman could drag a fat arsed man all over the world in 1 night and get him to where he should be on time.

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