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November 19, 2012 (Monday)

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

I've written so much about Aunt Juanita, my 91 year old Aunt, that I thought you might like to see her picture. She had the family over on Saturday for Thanksgiving dinner. While we were waiting for everyone to arrive, and while she was 'fiddling around' in the kitchen doing the finishing touches, we look, and see that she has climbed up in a chair and getting something out of the cabinet above the refrigerator. People began to get their cameras and phones to take her picture. Someone asks, "Aunt Juanita, What ARE you doing?" She said, "I am getting the silverware out of the this cabinet, and what ARE all of y'all doing?" Someone offered to get it for her, but by that time, she'd already gotten it. We offered to help her down from the chair, but she said, "I don't NEED any help!" So, you can see from her picture, and from her comments that she is very spry and SASSY! She's also pretty cute, too!



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SUSIESLIM62 11/20/2012 7:02PM


Hope I'm that spry and sassy at 91! emoticon Good for her. Hope y'all have a terrific and healthy emoticon Thanksgiving.

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MORTICIAADDAMS 11/20/2012 12:29PM

    She's amazing! An example for us all.

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1CRAZYDOG 11/20/2012 10:52AM

    What a spunky lady!!!!! OMG, my heart would have been in my stomach seeing her on the chair! But for sure, you cannot change someone her age. They're gonna do it THEIR way, for sure.


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ECONLADY 11/20/2012 7:46AM

    I hope to be like Aunt Juanita as I grow old! Great pic! Thanks for sharing!

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WILLOW49 11/20/2012 7:43AM

    Great to "see" Aunt Juanita :) She's one independent gal! Good for her! May she lives many more years!

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