My Mind's Eye

My Mind's Eye
formerly Madi and Mom

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Tuesday tale......



Of course, this conversation was all in my head.  Even I know better than to
tell you OUT LOUD that the peeps are older than dirt.

29 comments:

  1. But bacon and burgers are good for everykitty! At least dat are what I says.

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  2. Where did this "older than dirt" saying come from? Can I use it on Binga?

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  3. Gail says bacon is NEVER bad for you!

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  4. Hari OM
    Surely there are essential salts and minerals and vitamins and and and...dreams can come true Madi. hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  5. Good dirt is hard to find sweet Madi!

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  6. Well Madi, don't feel bad, our Mom is way older than dirt. But she just keeps going and going. You all have a great day.

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  7. But bacon and eggs and hamburgers are good for everybuddy, Madi!

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  8. yes to be careful what you say outloud, since they control your food and water. MOL MOL

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  9. Bacon, eggs and burgers.......dang it.......they are some of favorites too Madi, but on the list of stuff I don't need to eat.

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  10. Sigh. Yep, they try to keep us from the good stuff. Just meanness, that's what it is.

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  11. We dream about those things too. Maybe your mom will sense your wishes and give you some bacon and eggs for breakfast.

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  12. I don't care if cheeseyburgers are good for seniors or not, they're good for ME!

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  13. Those foods are yummy and good for everyone as long as you use moderation.

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  14. Those look like tasty treats to me! And look at your BOX!!!! Can I come over and box with you?
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  15. We are waiting here too. Dad is hanging hardware for the new bedroom drapes. As soon as he's done then mom wants him to put together her new greenhouse. Waiting . . . waiting . . . waiting . . .

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  16. madi...eye see ya....
    eye hafta rite stuff down two ...like that de food servizz gurl
    waz ther de day they inn vented de wheel :)

    tuna of moon

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  17. You have a great waiting spot, Madi. All good things come to those who wait:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  18. Older than dirt..huh? Hmmmm, dare I be a TATTLE-TAIL? Nah, I'll just leave you alone in your thoughts...I wouldn't want the wrath of a Diva come down on me!!

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  19. I'm right with ya Madi! I'm a senior and MY peeps are "older than dirt" too! Love, Cody catchatwithcarenandcody

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  20. AS Captain Obvious says, 'it's not cool to say that!' Madi!

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  21. Since my appetite has increased I am waiting for food all day long!
    hugs
    Hazel

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  22. If life was fair, when you became a senior, you could eat what you wanted

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  23. To answer your question - Phod and Emma watched Lee's excellent bird hunting with awe.

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  24. You are TOO funny, Madi! Go get yourself a burger!!!

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  25. Oh Madi! We think a little bacon once in a while won’t hurt.

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  26. Gurl, you wants me to bring you some cheesyburgers??!! okays, who am I foolin'....I don't gots any eithers. And,if I did, I'm not sure they would make it to NC! BOL!!!!
    I thinks you needs to put your paw down and insist on the cheesyburgers! oh, and some bacon would be nice..and some cookies...and margaritas
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  27. You might have to go hunting and catch yourself some bacon and eggs. Angel Lexi caught 2 baby birds and made Mommy cry. I just catch ants. ~Xena

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  28. Wisdom comes with age and hopefully, they will drop a piece of food and you can snatch it before them. It works around here.

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