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siouxzn

Me too!

tugman22

You start early, Sue. I think we are 8 hrs time difference but I do wait for your first post of the day.

siouxzn

I'm back, out of my "pit", and you're being adored!!lol

tugman22

Well I'm here now and where are you? In your "pit" and I'm being ignored!!lol

siouxzn

The boats that you've posted are lovely, and they have purpose. Your interest could, of course, surpass mine in that you'd know exactly what you're looking at...............

Miss you already!

tugman22

That's me finished for today, Sue.

tugman22

Oh, you romantic. I might be more interested in the tugs than you................

siouxzn

Along the shore to watch that beautiful sunset, and the tugboats returning to port.

tugman22

I would love that, Sue! Where shall we go?

siouxzn

How about a leisurely, virtual, walk with a friend, John?

No, I don't know that its rude! I might be happy you did, I might even bite you back and not let go!!

tugman22

My sprinting days are long gone, Sue!

You keep sticking your tongue out at me. You know that it's rude. I might bite it!!

siouxzn

Recently, I heard it said "life is a marathon, not a sprint". I left Los Angeles in 1999 in search of the quiet life that I have here in the desert. I'm very happy that I've found Jigidi; seemingly, the perfect outlet.

John, I think we're much alike. But, feel free to complicate my life a little. :-D

tugman22

It took you 3 tries to find that out, Sue!! My relationships had "run their course" and I count myself lucky that they were both lovely girls. The latter was my favourite and will always hold a love for her. Although I was the one who ended the relationship it has taken a long time to get over her.

It seems that I've, pretty much, managed the reclusive life as I like things to be as simple as possible. After my operations for cancer, over 4yrs ago, I have become even more that way.

Have a good day.

siouxzn

I realized that it wasn't for me either. :-) Although, I consider the marriages successful, in that they lasted as long as they were right for both of us. If you marry friends/people you care for, you don't stop caring for them when you stop wanting to live in tandem with them. I thought I'd try being a recluse, but no one will let me. :-))) "High places" that one, most assuredly, didn't fit my criteria for a "life partner". :-( Yes, my daughter Stephanie.

tugman22

I'm not knocking marriage but it was not for me. You've certainly had a rich and varied life with friends in high places. Is it just the one, beautiful, daughter you have, Sue?

siouxzn

Of course, I was referring to Mack the Knife. LOL

siouxzn

In that era living life in the "proper" order was all important. The first was my good friend and tennis partner, the Viet Nam Era/Air Force. My life never lacked for excitement! I have a beautiful, grown, daughter from the second one ( another good reason for legalization) :-) I was young and vain. The last one was the only mistake. The friends of each of us were convinced we'd never get the other to commit. He's a police chief, several of his officer's wives were my friends. To make a long story long :-), it was the silly season.

tugman22

Hi, Hanne. We don't go on about our ailments too much. When you think you might only have a few months to live you don't worry too much about "the future". I just pooled all my money so that I could buy the car and then sold it when it was giving me more worries than pleasure. If I hadn't had cancer I would have never bought the car so..............clouds.............silver lining.

Millionaire?!!! I could only wish............. Good to hear from you.

tugman22

I find two songs for 1959. I hope you are not referring to "Mack the Knife"!! I prefer the other song. X

tugman22

Sue, the main thing I remember was the joke wall at the end of the show, where they open the door and tell their one-liners. It was so different to anything else on UK tv.

You have been busy on the wedding front! Serial, almost!! I never wanted to get married as I've always thought that I could have the same commitment without the ceremony - and the expense. A born cynic!! I had two long-term relationships (my version of marriage). I don't see my first partner but I'm still friendly with my second. There was no angst when we finished.

I'll google the BD song to see what you mean!!

Elfie

Oh I do remember you talking about this cancer of yours and that you survived - obviously - and had all the bills coming!!! I'm awfully glad that you are alive and I think that a lot of other people here share my opinion!! But I do understand you situation with the car! You have to be a millionaire at least to be able to drive one like that!!

siouxzn

The show had a section where everyone was dancing in individual boxes, and when the music stopped one of the dancer would say something witty, and then the music would start again. My world has always been inclusive, I never allowed anyone to tell me what "my place" was...married three times (black, white, white) my ex's and I remained friends. The first two began to play chess together, and would tease me by talking about my quirks in my presence.

Bobby Darin+song+1959.......

tugman22

i can't remember that particular sketch, sue, but rowan/martin's was one of the highlights of the tv week. thank goodness integration did catch on although not all of the way yet. will it ever get there totally?

you tantalise me by mentioning "true thoughts" - i just wonder.......................

siouxzn

If I told you some of my true thoughts, you'd think I was "mental", as you Brits say. My favorite Laugh In sketch was a Kentucky colonel (white Panama suit, gray goatee and hair) saying "if I'd known integration was going to catch on, I'd waited and married the woman of my choice". Hilarious, and very daring for the times.

tugman22

very interesting! but stupid.............!! (rowan and martin's laugh-in)

siouxzn

I refuse to answer on the grounds that I may tend to incriminate myself!!! Twilight Saga-esque...

tugman22

Yes, Sue, all seems to be well but to hear those words is one hell of a shock!! Thanks for asking.

Do you mean that this is only a "fantasy"?!!

siouxzn

Oh John, I hope you're healthy and happy now. If so, I can continue to indulge in my consequence free fantasy. lol

tugman22

I bought it 4 1/2yrs ago when I was diagnosed with cancer, Hanne! I thought that I would only be around for a few months/years so...................! But, bugger me, I'm still here!!lol. I enjoyed it for 3yrs but it cost a fortune to run so I sold it back to Porsche. Now I have a "sensible" car which still does the same job!

Elfie

But of course, you are a real "boy ass"! Own one like this! - too good to be true!! What did you do with it??

tugman22

Boy's car - old man's money. Hanne!! Does that apply to me too as I used to owned one for 3yrs?!! LOL

Elfie

John it's a car for - "drengerøve" - grown ups being rather boyish - oh, how do I explain? Directly translated it's boy asses!! They may be 80 or 24 and they may be women too, it's just the same, they slobber when they see a thing like this!! Exactly as we did some years ago standing close to a Lamborghine something like this one and patting it!! Fabulous!

tugman22

Still sounds good to me, Sue. I don't exist in these dull, short days. All we do at this time of year is to look forward to lovely spring. Good to hear from you.

siouxzn

Its not all sun and sand here. In the winter, there's often ice and snow, but always a frozen pool and spa. The seasonal weather is always the extreme. Spring lasts for a few hours, if you oversleep, you'll miss it. :-)

tugman22

I've dined already, thank you. The Porsche would "bog down" a bit in all that sand. I had a Porsche for 3yrs - they don;t like ice and snow!! My best.

siouxzn

Good morning John. My Jeep Cherokee 4X4 is more practical, in the desert, but this was fun to complete. Oh yes, enjoy your dinner.:-D

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