@BaconMemories Hahaha I really want to post a silly drawing I did of a bare ass in the fridge but because it’s an ass crack, I’m worried I’ll get in trouble.
@SecondBreakfast I needed that laugh today. That’s very funny.
I have a kid- a smart, adventurous kid. As an experienced mining guide, she routinely goes spelunking, exploring - absolutely loves old mines. She went exploring a few days ago with a friend, and leading the way, she decided to just slide down the 45 degee shaft. Turns out, it was solid ice. As she picked up speed, she realized “Bad idea. Crap.” She hit the rocks at the bottom- going very fast, and ended up getting bruised up pretty bad. But laughed hysterically. She hiked another 10 miles that day, finding all kinds of cool things- arrives home laughing, and shows us her bruises. We were just admiring the various shades of blues and purples on her arm this afternoon…and it made me think of this sign my Mom had sent me about 17 years ago. (It burned in the house fire, but, I found it online…
Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, wine in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO what a ride!"
Cracks me up. My Mom was in her mid-70’s when she sent that to me. She never ate much sugar or chocolate (or so we thought) - very healthy and anti-sugar. Cleaning out her fridge after she died, my brother and I found STACKS of CHOCOLATE BARS in there. We never laughed so hard!
Given the kind of lives our family leads- I have a feeling that we are all going to “go out” with this sort of sassy, adventuring mindset. Seeing my kid all bruised up, laughing about it made me think of it though. The kind of humor that one lives out daily is the kind that keeps me smiling.
@anon24390425 Absoluty NOTHING can go wrong if you have Shelley Duvall in the car with you. I would drive with her ANYWHERE.
She was born to play Olive Oyl.