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Re: Re: We are so sorry to announce ......now elderly ramblings

In a message dated 01/23/2003 1:57:27 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
mhobertm@excite.com writes:

> My goodness, Auralie--you make yourself sound quite ancient..

Believe me, Melody, there are mornings when, at 74, I feel ancient.  And then 
when I work in my garden and things grow well, and when I share interests 
with friends, I don't feel that old at all.  As long as the old body keeps 
moving - and on mornings like this when the temperature is in the single 
digits, it moves more slowly - and the mind keeps functioning, I guess 
chronological age doesn't matter too much. That's a good thing about the 
Internet - you can't see all my wrinkles.  Jim may sound like a grandpa to 
you, but to me he sounds more like one of my sons - God bless 'em.  Auralie

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