Friday, December 24, 2010
More Conversations with Grampy (Sammy)
Here were some of todays gems:
"What did you do?"
"What do you think I did ... I had to buy two sandwiches. I took one back with me. I couldn't eat it all."
"So you asked her out?"
"Sure. She's got a car and she always brings me cabbage soup. What else could I do?"
"Are you okay?"
"Oh yeah. He couldn't believe I was 89 ... told me I had legs like a teenager."
By the way ... we don't have a home for Christmas. It's now to the point that we can no longer stay there ... unless we brave the dust from the floors being sanded and the walls torn down. AND ... the kids are all in town.
I found a place to do Saki shots last night!
Merry ... um ... Whatever!
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