Monday, November 11, 2013

My Sweet Lord - Happy Veterans Day!



 Happy Remembrance Day!

We celebrated with a Chinese lunch.

Seems every where we go there is not a day when someone doesn't come to ask for money
for gas or something else. Different people, same story and it never is for gas but for drugs.
Now governments are looking at the millions they will get from marijuana money and no one cares how many millions more will have to be spent on health care.
Of course they won't spend it on health care and people will continue frying brains and dying.
One step forward, 5 steps back. As usual, people have to be careful what they wish for.

I always ask myself on days like these, if these vets, would like what they died for,
if they came back today?
Or would they say we died for words, which got twisted by men, who either don't understand or really don't care?


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George Harrison was my favorite Beetle

They asked him in an interview if he got more girls by being seen as the quiet one in the group and he said no Paul got them with his watoosi moves. lol

He looked so nice with his beard and long hair. \
But then I always liked men with beards and long hair.

I find it funny when women dont cause its much softer than a stubbly beard rubbing your cheek. lol
Yesterday I heard some young guys talk about beards One said he is growing one to get older women (not Cougars) who like to stay young. These women see beards and go back in time to when it all happened for them and the young guys of today , get a kick out of it.

HORMONES!

Well guess life is good, even for the old girls with nice legs.
Always moving forward as they say.


xoxoxoxoxoxo

4 comments:

Anji Knutsen said...

My husband has a beard. I miss the days of long hair and beards.

I wonder if the world is really a better place after all of the fighting. How much more to come?

A Lady's Life said...

Anji I don't think it is headed in the right direction.
I am kinda glad I won't be here to see the future.
I still like the cowboy days with the pioneers.lol
That was an exciting way to live and so free.

Sandy Carlson said...

Remembering this day with respect and gratitude, too.

A Lady's Life said...

Sandy
yup!