I was born in 1961. My mother was part of a bridge club. She was playing bridge with some friends, one who was a doctor. He told my mom he thought that she was pregnant. Mind you, my mom was 35 and had been married to my dad since she was 16 and he was 17 (1942). They had been told that they couldn’t have kids so they adopted both of my older brothers. The doctor friend told my mom that “Pregnant women have a ‘look’ about them and she had this look.” He kept on until she went to an OB/GYN and took a test. Several days later, they told her, “Madge, you’re as pregnant as hell.” Every time I read or hear about the card game Bridge, it brings a smile to my face. I lost my mom to cancer in 1994 when she was 68.
the first time I read it, I thought it said composter. I had to go back and reread it.
The 2019 Superbowl commercial, “Is Pepsi okay?”
I was in my 60s when I learned that “this little piggy went to market” didn’t mean he was going shopping.
I’m 60 and I still use the knuckle way.
I eat horribly, and I do this with my kids.
The band, Flaming Lips, did a concert in bubbles.