Listening to: Ghostly song in my head: ‘Tide is High’ by Blondie
Well, she may be getting old, but she still has far more energy and determination than I do. She gets things done while I’m still drawing up lists and talking about it.
Edit Feb 2008: Comments for this entry when it was on the old site:
Pacian wrote at Feb 5, 2007 at 15:45:
I’m 23 and I just draw up the lists and don’t even talk about it. o_O
kateblogs wrote at Feb 6, 2007 at 00:54:
You are still finding yourself. Your time will come. Well, that’s my excuse
Diddums wrote at Feb 6, 2007 at 08:00:
Maybe you’re right. We had a mother and daughter dog, and it wasn’t till the mother dog ‘popped off’ that the daughter dog seemed to relax, stretch, sigh, and gain confidence.
Bunnyman wrote at Feb 6, 2007 at 22:28:
My mum was 80 in December. She went off to London to see Chicago and have a night on the town. Admittedly she’s beginning to wobble a bit on her feet but she still manages her keep fit class every Thursday, and she insists on going down to the local tea shop for her regular Friday natter with her pals. Although she might talk about eventualities, she gives me the feeling she’ll still be around for some time to come.
“Number o-one, number o-one …” You’ve even got me at it now!
Diddums wrote at Feb 6, 2007 at 23:23:
Too late – I’ve moved on to ‘Heart of Glass’ now! Heh heh.
Everybody’s mother seems to be a powerhouse of energy – I wonder where they get it from? My mother’s coffee-house coven is on Saturdays. Maybe it’s in the tea and coffee they all drink?