As I said in the last post, last Saturday I hosted a bridal shower for my nephew's fiance at my home. Around 20 or more people attended. About 20 minutes into the party the phone rang. Rachel answered it for me. In a minute she came over and said my next door neighbor had called worried. She wanted to make sure that no one had died...so many people were over at my house.
I mean really???? Is that the first thing people think when you get old....not that you're having a party, but that you died???
It's official. I'm old....nearly dead in fact!
Ooo, tetchy Steph :-) But the joke comment could be misconstrued I guess? - DaveReplyDelete
What a funny story. Maybe you need to get outside more and talk to your neighbors. Kick up your heels, whoop it up. tee hee.... Have a great weekend.ReplyDelete
Oh, dear Stevie, do not take it too seriously.;) At least they are checking up on you.;)) My step son recently said that I was old. When I ask if his teacher was young or old, he said; "Old I think, just like you.;) Hehe.;))ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend,
OH! That is funny!ReplyDelete
I agree with Zuzana...at least they pay attention!
MAYBE you need a WILD party and see what they do with THAT!
The shower looked FABULOUS in that photo! YUM!
OLD??? Never, never, never say you're old Steph! :)ReplyDelete
Hey Stevie! That was funny! You know the "OLD" saying about them "nosey neighbors" :)ReplyDelete
Oh, that is just hilarious! Maybe they'll send over food. hahaha.ReplyDelete
Having a neighbor with their nose out the window is a good thing... if you are gone on vacation and worried about security... otherwise you'd think they would have the courtesy to mind their own business.. gosh... what a thing for them to say. LOLReplyDelete
Betsy...it would have been a hoot if she'd have come over with a casserole!ReplyDelete
That's too funny...but, October 3rd, I'll be 67 and that is OLD...and here I go, on October 23rd, flying off to India for six months. I hope I have a wonderful time and make it back alive. If not, they can incinerate me on the Ganges. If it was good enough for millions of Indians, it's good enough for me.ReplyDelete