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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Where Does the Time Go?




'Remember yesterday, dream about tomorrow, but you better live for today.  How quickly the years pass!!
 And another thing to remember!
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14 comments:

Dave said...

How cool! of course you knew i'll go for the second one.

Thom said...

RPFLMAO. this made my day. :)

lotusleaf said...

How witty without words!Thanks for the giggles.

Gramma Ann said...

Oh where oh where did the time go? Funny.

Kay L. Davies said...

Ouch. I can relate to the time going.

Kay, Alberta

~Cheryl said...

Okay. You caught me completely off guard! Too funny! Thank you for the guffaws!

Denise said...

Me too, wasn't expecting that last shot ;)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Cute,

CUTE!!

AHHHHHHH!!

HAHAHA!!!

Linda Reeder said...

Oh my! Those three contrasting shots are wonderful, and so true. Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, I never looked like the middle photo.
And yes, I do feel like I have poo all over me as a result of all of the political adds.

robin andrea said...

When I looked at the first two, I thought it was a political statement about how innocent we all were once. That third one totally blew that idea all to hell! LOL! Interesting transitions, eh.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Ouch on the first three! Not sure whether to laugh or cry on the last one. Almmost too true to be funny. But we both laughed!

Jama said...

This is the hilarious, but so true!

George said...

Your last photo is priceless -- and so appropriate.
Thanks for the smiles.

Maria Berg said...

Thank you!
User yhis post on my facebook. MB

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