Taking a ride on the old gray mare

Discussion in 'Old Hippies' started by granny_longhair, Oct 17, 2010.

  1. You're a walking hardware store, Shale. How on earth did you do that? ... :daisy:
  2. skip

    skip Founder Administrator

    There are some things better left unseen...esp. on older folks...
  3. Shale

    Shale ~

    Where I work - IN AN OFFICE! :eek:

    Went to the storeroom one morning to get a jug of water. On the way in tripped on some plastic, which caught my foot and I went down fairly softly, but it twisted my leg causing a spiral fracture in the Tibia (the weight bearing bone). Took more than a year to get back to normal.

    My advice - If you are going to break a bone, do it before you are 60. :wheelchair:
  4. Sam_Stoned

    Sam_Stoned Senior Member

    + for older women :D
  5. Good advice! Think I'll go drink a carton of milk right now ...

    ... and for older men :)

    Speak for yourself, honey! .. LOL
  6. farmout

    farmout All who wander arent lost Lifetime Supporter

    I am rather fond of long gray hair!.....

    But I need my tri-focals to focus on it..... I do excersize a lot, hike 3-5 miles a day with my dogs, 100 push-ups and 100 sit-ups a day and lift some weights besides working around the farm. Ahhhhh, I think the old gray mare is out in the barn as we speak!.....;-)
  7. LOL ... myself, I refuse to use bi-focals or tri-focals or any other kind of "focals". I do have my reading glasses, but don't need them for normal things.

    Good for you!

    Don't leave her out there too long. She might find herself another stallion :)
  8. Ddoright

    Ddoright Senior Member

    From what I hear -Don't - count out FarmOut!!

  9. And unless I'm mistaken, that's not even a stallion ... it's a gelding! :blush5:
  10. farmout

    farmout All who wander arent lost Lifetime Supporter

    I'm flabbergasted!......But in a good way!....;-)

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