Sibling rivalries never end.
dam*it gary..quit breakin’ my heart here……
When one gets to a certain age, the list does get long.
Too many lives lost for no good reason or not enough good done. People can do wondrous things if the simply open their hearts. Others need only stop mistaking empathy and kindness for weakness and just step out of the way
I still miss what’s-his-name who died from something-or-other.
True story. I can’t remember his name and I forget what killed him, but I still miss him nonetheless.
Notice that none of Alice’s friends died of “natural causes”.
I’m starting to wonder if Alice isn’t really Pearl after all. All those shots of Lacey and Alice looking identical side-by-side are making me wonder. Even their chins are identical. Trudeau might be hinting to us.
The last part of the brain to go is the Grudge Center.
That was one thing my late father-in-law found. He lived to 3 months shy of his 100th birthday birthday and he missed all his fiends who went before him. He mentioned it a lot.
Well,Lacey still remembers her husband—-who always kept the house neat as a pin/
Ron De Santis of Florida needs Federal help to cope with an approaching hurricane.Which President of the United States did he call?
HINT—it wasn’t the one living across the way in his own State.
De Santis has admitted it’s all a lie.Everybody go home,Delaware won.
I still miss my mom, but I know she lives well with all those that have gone on before.
Homeless always win this one. It costs everyone more when societal neglect has to be treated in expensive emergency rooms.
I can barely wait to die and leave all this dementia in the past.
I think the hardest part of aging is losing everybody “who knew you when”.
As a youngster, and as a student, I always wanted to make friends with my elders. Now I wish I had some ties to young folk, but they seem to inhabit a different planet from either my present or my past. I can barely follow their language.