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Date: 31 December 2015. Time Flies.
Guest author Peggie Hall, Head Mistress.

This vignette is for The Writer's Block. The piece was written by a lady I've come to respect over the years. Peggie Hall is most generous with her head knowledge. When an associate turned 35 years old Peggie wrote this. It tickles my fancy and I hope yours as well.
 

Peggie, a while back...
 


To be 35 again...it's all downhill from here. In what you'll be SURE couldn't have been more than year from now, you'll be 40...3 months after that AARP will surprise you with the news that "now you're 50 and eligible for membership" ...60 a month later...and the following week you'll start receiving junk mail from every Medicare supplement provider in the country reminding you that you're about turn 65. 3 days later your birthday cake will have 70 candles on it...and you'll realize it's true:  inside every old person is a young person wondering what the hell happened!

I dunno who came up with this one on on aging, but I love it: When people ask me if I thought I'd ever be this old, I answer, "oh yes...but I thought it would take a LOT longer!"

The End.

Peggie @ 73


Peggie Hall, Head Mistress
 

 

by Peggie Hall, author
Specializing in marine sanitation since 1987

Get Rid of Boat Odors

 

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Peggie Hall penned "The" book on heads, holding tanks and all things sanitation aboard a boat. She's been online generously sharing her experience and knowledge for many years.

If you have questions about your head such as:

  • Why it doesn't work?

  • Should be replaced?

  • Is it better to repair?

  • What brands are best?

  • Holding tank size?
  • What is that smell?

Buy and read the book: Get Rid of Boat Odors

 


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