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April 08, 2009

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Da Goddess

62 years. Awesome!

And that car? I grew up with cars like that.

Rick's Cafe

I suppose this isn't the forum to digress into a discussion (monologue) about the social issues resulting from the creation of auto insurance as it relates to personal responsibility....nahhh, I'll save it for my children - Maybe even grandchildren if those girls would every get busy :).

Cactus Petunia

Funny. I said that very same thing to my kids when they were 15.

And 62 years IS a long time. 33 down, 29 to go!

Caution Flag

And here I thought I invented the idea of fretting about what an accident could cost me. This is a pretty big and disappointing revelation for me, you know.

Bob Cleveland

62 years only seems THAT long when you're young. When you're 70, and have been married 50 years, it doesn't.

I was only 7 years old when WWII ended, and I can remember that clearly and it's been 63 years.

Actually, I feel like a little kid again. You know, eating, sleeping, crying, and wearing diapers.

:)

Chesapeake Bay Woman

If I even live 62 years on this planet it will be a miracle, never mind being married to the same person for 62 years. If I were to get married right now now, and I'm not, that would make me over 100 when I reached 62 years of marital bliss.

Sixty two years. That's a long time. I won't mention anything about Carl's gear shift and how it may have influenced those sixty two years.

Sixty two years. Incredible.

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