I WAS THINKING…
about how much I know. No. No. It’s not because I’m so brilliant or highly educated. I don’t need to be when I have Google, Alexa, Siri and YouTube. It’s unbelievable. Aren’t you glad we don’t need to understand about that ‘stuff’ to use them?
I even share some of the things I now know with my doctor and friends. They humor me.
YOU KNOW YOU ARE GETTING OLD WHEN…
your favorite things are old…old songs, old movies, old friends.
you are good at telling stories…over and over and over.
IS THAT A COMPLIMENT OR AN INSULT?
I remember your face.
You look just like your sister.
KEEP A HAPPY FACE
There is never a reason not to be honest.
Money is not the way to keep score.
ON THE LIGHTER SIDE
(Talking about age through the grapevine)
The best way to tells a woman’s age is when she’s not around.
We like the good old days because we were a lot younger.
The best 10 years of my life was between 39 and 40.
You’ll get more compliments if you say you 10 years older than you are.
HINTS FOR BAKING COOKIES
(Taken from Reader’s Digest Household Hints)
Oatmeal cookies will taste better if you toast the oatmeal first. Bake 300 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes.
Instead of making a frosting, cover with a thin layer of jelly or preserves before baking. They will have a tasty blaze.
If you don’t have a baking sheet or need extras, turn a roasting pan upside down and use the bottom as the baking surface.
With a good hobby you can find yourself and lose yourself at the same time.
If nobody ever had any troubles, many would have nothing to talk about.
Information for this blog is taken from many sources.
Deem reliable at your own risk.
Punch Lines are complimentary of Fr. John Hampsch, C.M.F.