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Wes Roberts

...thanx...from your wild and wiser friend. :-) 'Tis hard to break olde habits...but the exhortation still rings. And thanks for being our friend...you wild young man you!!!


...do you really want ME to do something young this weekend? YOU need to watch out before you UNLEASH the HOUND!!!

Great post....you have given me a goal this weekend! DO something young.

Daniel Neil Olson

I knew there was a reason this whole "loosing the chains" and death to death thing happened, oh, so long ago. Three cheerleaders for life and remembering to grow up and out, not apart and old.


Wouldn't you know it: I post a blog about acting young and not acting your age--at any age--and the first three commentaries come form three of the YOUNGEST spirits I know. Wes, Dan, and "Nutster" are the guys everyone else should be following around and emulating. L'Chaim!

Pat Kirk

Congratulations on a HAPPY birthday.

Several years ago, my granddaughter (about 10 years) drew a picture of me. She put several lines on my face and labelled it with the word "rinkles" complete with an arrow pointing to my face. I made her erase them. To this day, she teases me about it.

My mirror kindly doesn't show the "rinkles". I'll always be young to me.


Happy belated birthday ....and...there's a reason they say today's 50 is yesterday's 40, like that.

And there's a reason the old saying "You're as old as you feel" has been with us forever.


You guys are all too young for me :)


I finally went out this past
Saturday and started taking photos again ... and sometimes, I really forget how much I enjoy this ... and can sit for a long time in simple yet sustained revere ... astounded by the beauty in some of the "small things" captured by a box of light ...

Thanks, be well and Tally-ho! Emily

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