Monday, December 3, 2012

Aging by Starlight

In our family history, all my children and nieces and nephews remember the jar of Starlight Mints that was always next to my father after he retired.  The two were always together.  Grampa/Starlight Mints.  Maybe it was what he needed after quitting drinking; maybe he just had bad breath.  He died at age 69.  I don't think it was the Starlight Mints... but...

So, I'm at the local supermarket yesterday. I pay my "total" and out spits this coupon with the receipt:

If I believed in signs, auguries... boy, would I be depressed today.

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