Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Now That's Optimism

Beautiful wife Sandy recently invested a few dollars in a new calendar. Nothing unusual about that, except that Sandy is enjoying her 75th year on this planet. And she bought a five-year calendar.

As one who is a half-dozen years older than her, I hurried to share the optimism by making a few entries in the Year 2022 section.

7 comments:

PiedType said...

Forward is the only way to go. I've already noted on my calendar that the next total solar eclipse in 2024 falls on my birhtday. I'm assuming I'll probably still be around and might want to make plans to see it in Dallas. I'm 74 now.

Rummuser said...

Wonderful for both of you.

Alan G said...

I am quite sure you and Sandy will be quite perky and observing during the 2024 eclipse. I on the other hand am fairly positive I won't be. But I do have to say that having said that, the damn path of the eclipse is suppose to bring it right over Little Rock that year. Well, at least I won't have to shell out three bucks for a pair of glasses...

joared said...

Absolutely -- plan as though your life is going on forever! Why not? Then if it doesn't work out you won't care anyway.
Congrats to you and wife! Coincidentally, I was gifted an hour glass identical to your photo -- not that it matters.

Silver Willow said...

new to blog, and you already having me chuckling. :)

Dick Klade said...

Welcome, Silver. Good to know the post was entertaining.

Tom Sightings said...

Ha ha. What do they say? You go girl!