As I am reading your reply to my comment about your Hmmmmm - I am saying Hmmmmmm. Small world isn't it? I feel my reply to your comment was very positive explaining how seniors help each other. Of course, when one reads 'single men' the wrong impression comes across. For that I am sorry - but, as one reads my first comment - an understanding may come about. One thing I believe in is free expression - I have had mine and you have had yours. This is what America is all about. Thank you for even caring enough to post any comment at all...
Wow ! Hahaha.......silly ladies !! My " hmmmmmm " was not being sarcastic or judgmental. It was a, I'm thinking hmmmm. I had planned on coming back later to your post with [hopefully] at least one good idea/suggestion for you. It's quite obvious to me now ( a day late and a dollar short ) that if I would've added *thinking* after the hmmmm, you wouldn't have reacted so defensively or "judgmental" of me. It's really to bad that others ( and you ) can't see that hmmmms have more than just one meaning. Accentuate the positive, Eliminate the Negative. Pattie
Thank you, yes that would be nice - and to Patti what's your name - don't be so judgmental with your Hmmmmmmmmmmm. Yes, I am single and sometimes senior singles have to help each other. I live in a senior complex and that is what we do here from going to Dr. appt., to the grocery store and helping each other figure out programs to assist low income seniors. The reason I put 'Single Senior Men' is...there are loads of women helping each other. And, if a man is married, his wife is helping him. Hope I made my point!
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