Thursday, May 10, 2012

Twins, Obits, & Shoes

Things improved yesterday as the day went on and in the end it was a nice day. We had a nice dinner thanks to cousin Dixie. I got a to go order from Red Robin with a gift card she gave me. It was a delightful dinner. Chicken, veggie, and sweet potato fries.

Today should be even better. Lunch out, shredding a ton of documents, and kicking back.

No common them today. I am just posting whatever comes up or comes to mind. Every wonder the downside of being a twin?

Have you ever wanted to write your own obituary?

How about shoes? Can shoes help fight a disease?

Comment Away.


Pat said...

Being a twin, esp. an identical twin, sounds like it's fraught with danger. I'm glad I don't qualify.

Couldn't get to the obituary post. It somehow took me to an unavailable post of your own. But since you asked, no, I have no desire to write my own obituary.

And now we have more advice on how to live a healthy life. Sigh. The shoe advice is new to me, though. Why didn't they tell me that back in the 60s and 70s, when I teetered around on 3 inch heels at work all day?

William J. said...

Hi Pat

I didn't get home until late last night so I wasn't able to change the the obit article until this morning. I redid and it now should work. Basically a German guy did his obit as an address change and it was pretty funny.

I went back and forth when I was young about wanting a twin or not. On one side it sounded fun and on the other it would be to dangerous to have two of me.

I would have liked to know about the shoe thing a lot earlier too!