Jim (long-time hubby) and Lisa (me)
Andrea (youngest daughter) and Brianna (oldest daughter)
Preston (son-in-law) and Megan (middle daughter)
Bubby and Mac — Bloggy nicknames of Gramma's favorite boys (children of Megan and Preston)
Grandma's Briefs Memory Match
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Mac — August 26, 2012
I feel like an outsider when ______________.
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... when my friends talk about their fave country music stars. Clueless may be a better word:)
Such a cute picture! Adorable!
What a wonderful photo!!!
I feel like an outsider when the 4 year old across the street asks me what games I have on my phone... and I have to say none!
I feel like an outsider when.....my husband and his retired firefighter buddies get together.
Such a cute picture!
I feel like an outsider when you young grandmas post cute pictures of your young grandchildren; mine were all tiny and funny oh so long ago. But...I'm proud of them, now in their forties and fifties.
Correction to above comment: My CHILDREN are in their forties and fifties, not my grandchildren! Gad, what a SENIOR moment, scared myself!
I feel like an outsider most of the time.
Cute little guy you just want to squeeze. Okay, I feel like an outsider when I have to ask my daughter to help me with some kind of issue with one of the social media sites. Her fingers fly over the keys going between screens and poof everything works fine. I'm computer literate and use the computer a lot, but I certainly have my limitations.
he's so cute--at a dress shop (I hate shopping for clothes for myself, I am strictly a mail order shopper)
...you turn your back on me.
Well, I USED to feel like an outsider when friends my age would talk about their grandkids. That was sooo 4 years ago! With 2 sets of twins - the second due to arrive TODAY! - I have well caught up with most of them with my current total of FIVE! I am always careful to assure those who are still waiting that it will happen for them because "good things eventually come to those who wait!"