Friday, September 11, 2009

I Guess I'll Be Grateful...

I don't know whether to be insulted or thrilled.
I love magazines, and have been a subscriber to this one
for many, many years.
I let the subscription slide on this accidently,
so this is what I receive in the mail.
(Click image to inlarge)

A huge "Senior Citizen" discount.
 So I guess being over 55 does have some perks!
Nothing like someone else's random opinion of your age,
 making you feel "FABULOUS"!
BTW, that is NOT my photo!
Have a good weekend, even if you're Over the Hill.
Debra

25 comments:

  1. I love you "being real" girlfriend! This is so funny! Hey, senior citizen or not...you are saving some bucks on your subscription...I say renew it!
    How clever of you to stick a cabinet card of you over the bill! haha JUST KIDDING Debra!!!! :)
    Thanks for the laugh...too cute!
    everything vintage
    (no, I'm not talking about you ;) haha

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  2. Ha! Listen, I will take a discount for just about any reason. I say take it and run! ~Mindy

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  3. Great photo of you. Are sure that's not you.....haha.

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  4. LOLOLOLOLOLOL

    This is hysterical! I LOVE IT!

    Don't fret my friend. You LOOK GREAT! No one would guess your age. Blame the computer! I do...seems to work for EVERYTHING these days!

    Love to you~Rebecca

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  5. Take the discount put on your glasses read and fall asleep while reading. It all goes together...
    just kidding... You are as young as you feel. Best wishes, sandi

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  6. I am still laughing.

    We are all in this together.

    I have been buying senior coffee.

    Geez...what next?

    Oh well, it takes being this age to really get life, right?

    laura

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  7. They obviously have you confused with someone who is a senior in high school! I'm sure that's what they meant! Too cute, smarty pants.
    Debbie

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  8. It says senior rate, not senior citizen. School recently started and I'm sure they thought you were in your final year of college or something. That's your discount for completing your freshmen through junior years. Class of 2010. Yeah, I'm sure that's it.

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  9. You are a kick! I new they darn near give businesses these magazines for next to nothing, but a senior discount ... Love the pics. Have a great weekend. TTFN ~Marydon

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  10. Mindy's right...take that 'ol discount whenever you can!! I used to get upset when GW asked if I wanted my Senior discount..now I'm telling them I want the discount and then they ask me for an ID...go figure! Loved your post on the cloches...
    My Best
    Gale

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  11. I know how you feel. I was shopping the other day and the girl at the register asked if I had a senior discount card. I think I gasped aloud! But I am 54 after all.
    Hugs,
    June

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  12. Don't you just love it?? Don't forget all the AARP stuff that is showing up. I turned 55 in March. AND then it starts.....So let's just take the discount. Age has it's merits. How 55 looked old when it was are parents, must be all the anti aging stuff they put in the creams.
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  13. IS THIS YOUR FRONT PORCH??????

    .... I JUST BOUGHT HUMONGOUS WHITE PUMKINS AT MY FARMERS MARKET

    55....NOT YOU!

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  14. Sooner or later I guess we have to face the fact but I am still running...when the aarp stuff comes in the mail I quickly dump it into the trash bin.
    Blessings
    Rebecca

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  15. WOW I LOVE LOVE LOVE your header!It is so beautiful! Is this your home? Thanks for visiting the Whispering Creek House! So happy you stopped by come again I would love to have ya!Stephanie

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  16. O Im embarrased! I see the header is from martha..Wouldnt this be nice to have though?

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  17. LOL LOL LOL! Hey, I guess you gotta find those perks and silver linings! As one who routinely throws away the AARP solicitation, I can certainly identify! LOL.

    -c
    yapping cat

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  18. Can we get this deal if we are not 55 or do they think only those over 55 are forgetful?
    What is up with Southern Living?
    I guess it pays to forget to send in your subscription on time.
    Lois

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  19. I agree with Mindy, take those discounts anyway and anywhere you can! Remember what they say girlfriend, age ain't nothin' but a number!
    XOXO,
    ~ Anne

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  20. Debra your great!
    I didn't drop you!I added you to my blog list! I hope you will think I'm good enough to put mine on yours! Your blog is so fun to read! lol you have a great sense of humor!So fun!

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  21. Too funny! I wonder if they realize how this comes across? Oh well, a discount is a discount! Have a great weekend. ~ Sarah

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  22. I'd take it for a magazine discount!

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  23. Oh WOW, this is a great post & you have the most gorgeous site here. I had to stop by to leave this comment for you – and to say hello of course ! Your posts are creative and original and you have interesting pictures. It's all perfect ! Thank you for sharing your site and best wishes....

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  24. Gorgeous header. Enjoy the discount! :)

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  25. Hahahahaha...

    .....Debra, so nice to 'meet' you:)

    Thank you for all of your warm and comforting comments. We lost Jenny, but the angels have seen fit to plant such wonderful new artist, blogging friends into my life- and for that I am thankful.

    xo Lydia

    ps-I like your sense of humor:)

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