All I have to say to that is "oh goodie".... not. I'm a firm believer in living as best you can but also enjoying life!! So there will be more wine but I'll hold the caviar thanks :)
Presume that means that in 5 1/2 years I will be less at risk - yipee!!!
That is quite a little bit of homespun philosophy for a pathology Manual!
Don't worry ... be happy...I'll have Lynda's share of the caviar please. I might even try baking her newest recipe to have it on :-)
To hell with all of them, just enjoy the wine and caviar whilst we can!
I agree! I read once that the older you get, the more likely it is you'll die soon. Huh?
It is the same as in education: as Shirley Conran said: "A mother's place is in the wrong."
Have you fallen in?.... :-)
I have to tell you this. My friend's 95 year old mother had endoscopic surgery yesterday to remove 8 gall stones that no one except she knew about because she "thought she could live with the pain." Now that it's over she thinks she'll cut back on butter to reduce the chance of further stones. I told her if she thought so, but dry toast is nasty stuff.
My grandfather-in-law was told when he was 86 that he needed to stop eating bacon and eggs! He had had bacon and eggs for breakfast almost every day of his adult life and told the doctor he wasn't about to stop. So, I won't have the caviar on butter toast -- because I don't like it -- but I WILL have another glass of wine.
Talk to me!