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Monday, October 10, 2011

Modern definitions

Indian summer: When your brain is ready for jeans and sweaters, but your body still wants sandals and shorts.

High school: Four years during which you will never see your child.

Exercise: Punishment for all the bad stuff you ate yesterday or you plan to eat today.

Weekend: Two days on which the laundry is high and the motivation is low.

Dinner: 1. Something someone else cooks for you in a kitchen not your own. 2. Cereal.

Courage: This

Do you have any modern definitions to share? Feel free to do so in the comments.

4 comments:

Ellen Stewart (aka Ellie/El/e/Mrs. Seaman) said...

I'm glad he was brave. I'm glad they were accepting. My husband has been very lonely for guy friends since moving here from Indy. His breakfast meeting place there was Bob Evans.

How to make friends in a new town when one is 59 years old?

Janet @ KY Klips said...

I love these Amy. I can not imagine looking for a new bunch of coffee buddies where you are the age of those gentlemen. When I was visiting my aunt, we went to the little restaurant where she and her husband "hung out". There were several couples and some singles who all form their own little community so no one ever has to eat dinner alone. Very sweet group; they thought I was the prettiest thing to be at their table in a long time. Of course, I'm 40 years younger than most of what is at their table ;)
Great post! I think your definition of Indian Summer is the best I have seen. I was almost disappointed to have to put on summer clothes again after being "up north". LOL!

Stacy said...

Great definitions and the link was inspiring! I'd add to High School: four years during which you will never see your child or your money. :/

Nancy said...

I wish that I had that mans courage. I still haven't found a group in my new town...I don't have that kind of courage!