Interesting lunch

I graduated high school in 1977. I just met a few of my classmates for lunch. God they have gotten old. Only one of the 4 of us had grandchildren so I didn’t feel too bad.

Can someone pass the metamucil

We were all bemoaning turning 50. Two of the ladies have daughters graduating high school. The other guy said his oldest is 27 and his grandsons are 7 & 8. WOW!

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Trust me 50 sneaks up on you. As far as the walker goes I am a long way from there.

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There is an alternative to getting older…:ninja

Grandpa, Can I sit on your knee and you tell me a story?

1977? Really? Wow. I was born 6 years later.

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I got married that year.:wink:
Careful with the grandpa stuff now.

The year I was born?

yep 1983.

Daddy?

Never been to Oregon.:smiley:

Oh… :frowning: Sure… Deny me. Woe is me. :frowning:

I claim all my offspring I am aware of.:smiley:

At my school reunions it’s always been interesting to meet those who embrace the passing of the years and those who have embraced it a lil TOOOO (XXL) much!!

This was only a group of 4. Last time we had about 7 show up. None of us look obese or surgically enhanced.