HAPPY BIRTHDAY srry sweety I diddnt see this until now I hope your special day is wonderful, do something extra fantastic you so deserve it love and light and I know you cant hear me but I'm signing happy birthday to you right now... LOL love and light solost
I got home a bit ago and saw this. WOW!! Thank you all so very much. You guys are awesome and this meant the world to me. Imdone, folks are going to think we are having an affair...lol
Today was the big 60 for me and I was struggling with it and asked hubby not to mention it. So, we went to The Country Music Hall of Fame today in Nashville. We were waiting on a rather long line to get tickets and I asked hubby to go up front and see how much the tickets were. He comes back and quite loudly announces "The tickets are $20.00 but as of today you get a $2.00 senior discount". Needless to say I left him in Nashville. I'm just hoping he doesn't find his way back!! lol
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