Waiting for the husband the other day….. (I swear, that man will talk to a rock) I sat aimlessly, playing with my phone.
Scoped Apple news, saw an article on concerts in Las Vegas and thought, we have timeshare resorts there…. I’ll take a look.
Lady Gaga in October?
That could be fun.
I believe my jaw literally dropped open.
Okay, I get it.
My concert going days ended with the Grateful Dead and CSN. Back when a record was an actual vinyl record… (look it up kids, V- I- N- Y- L)
But mother of god!
$8,097 for 2 tickets?
For that price I’ll want Gaga to rip some of that meat off her dress, cook me dinner and do the dishes when she finishes singing.
Who the hell can afford that?
Again… I know, I’m old. 55, that’s practically dead.
And the last ticket price I paid was probably $75.
You shouldn’t have to mortgage your house to see a show.
This beer we found at a liquor store in New Hampshire.
It had a rich, dark, oaky finish….. and also made me laugh.
I like :
This meme my husband’s niece posted on FB.
It’s uncannily accurate.
My husband can spot a red tailed hawk in the top of a tree on the northbound side of the highway while flying down the southbound side at 90mph…. but can’t find his socks. Which are in his sock drawer, where they’ve been for the past 35 years.
Someone please explain that to me.
I like :
This giant pink flamingo my husband’s nephew brought out to the Island for the kids to float on.
Did I mention he’s a rough, tough lobsterman…
And it didn’t quite fit on his boat?
I like :
Reusable grocery bags.
Less plastic and less waste to clog our landfills.
Of course I’m proof positive that saying is pure crap.
I’m 55… and not a single thing about me feels new again.
Because I know you hate to be left hanging.
old, my ass! nothing should die in 6 year s except reality tv shows. Why are they still alive? fridge.
black stainless steel OMG don’t walk near it with anything sharp finish fridge –
no damn it, it wasn’t! fridge –
polish with the grain, who the hell knew stainless steel had a grain? fridge.
Delivery was a logistical nightmare. It wouldn’t fit through our kitchen door, even though it was the exact same size as our old one. The kids who brought it (yes, they were younger than me… that makes them kids) couldn’t figure it out for the life of them and were dismantling it piece by piece in our front yard when (wise old me) suggested they bring it through the (larger) front door.
With age comes wisdom.
And wrinkles, and bunions, and hot flashes…
But I digress…
Once they wrangled it inside, the kids couldn’t get the water dispenser to work and were frantically searching manuals and calling for assistance when I suggested they turn the water line back on.
So after 2 1/2 hours
dealing with morons we had a brand new fridge.
With fancy graduated lighting for my husband Goldilocks who wasn’t satisfied with anything else….
As well as quick ice and turbo cool.
So worth the extra $700.