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Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Ha ha ha! Howard, that was the funniest entry you've ever written. I can relate to the non-smiling look of the ladies. Just think of what awaits us when we go through the door. :) ;(

Very becoming! Nice to see isn't it?!

The glasses look good on you both. Howard loved your reaction to the waiting room, been there done that. Great post.

"Jeepers, creepers, where'd you get those peepers..."

Ahhhh, the things our parents forget to tell us. To be honest, nearly everyone that turns the corner into their 40's probably need some kind of peepers.

Howard, I noticed you weren't wearing your readers while working on the computer memory. :O ;)

The more you use them the more you'll need them you'll discover.

They really look great Howard and Linda!

You both look very nice in your new glasses!

I hope Linda has better luck adjusting to the progressive lenses, than I did. I have two brand new pair of glasses sitting in the drawer that I can't get used to. I went back to Walmart reading glasses or one single contact lens.

Was that cord coming out of the top of the desktop computer plugged in? :-)

Cute eyeglasses - both of you!

It doesn't get better as you get older. They tell me I need trifocals next.

Howard I can relate to the waiting room stuff. A few years ago I had to get a sonagram and my doctor sent me to a OBGYN clinic. Connie was waiting for me with a bunch of pregnant women when I came back out. I proudly said "Great news Hun, it's a boy". You should have seen the looks on those women.

Oh boy, AARP and reading glasses!! Lets see, what was it you said about 'elderly folks' when we started RVing? You're slowly getting there! BTW - we use Skype and don't have extra charges. It depends on your contract I think. We're 90 on the list at Jojoba.

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