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"Turn the Radio on" and be like this granny
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Apr 18, 2013 10:04:34   #
Dreamweaver
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=PP9b_91PHi8

Just got this in my morning e-mail...... Ater the events of this week, I think we should ALL take a break and be like this gal..... There is a second video on the site where she is dressed the part as well........

Hope it gives you all a smile.. It did me... and I needed one this morning!!!!!! (Watch to the end.... and note her med-alert necklace..... )

We may be down. but we sure aren't out....
 
Apr 18, 2013 10:08:16   #
TinaOR
 
How lovely! I hope I am that groovy when I reach that golden age!
Apr 18, 2013 10:09:38   #
Ronie (a regular here)
 
are you near the explosion Jynx? I hope you and your family/freinds are all ok..your right this has been a week we all need to forget and move forward on.. I keep expecting something to happen on the west coast. Its a very uneasy feeling... I love the video... thanks for sharing...
I just wanted to add.. I do elder care and its a absolute joy to see her dancing... I love this generation.. each client I have had has brought such great moments like these on a daily basis... my current lady has a 'canning buisness' she can't reach the spices or jars anymore but she know where every thing is and tells me where and what to get.. so I get the plesure of her company and learn to can.. we did Brussle Sprouts this week... she ships all over the country.. so amazing to me...
Oh I'm sending this link out to my facebook friends... they will love it!!!
Apr 18, 2013 10:14:25   #
lemonygodess
 
Oh, Jynx I laughed out loud on that one.Thanks for making my day!
Apr 18, 2013 10:16:03   #
Dreamweaver
 
I'm 80 miles away.... but our town and many others nearby have sent firemen and other aide.....

(On that copper you are cleaning... If it is mostly decorative, not cooking items, I wonder if there is a spray finish or if a nice coat of Butcher's wax would help keep it from turning so quickly.. I think an air barrier would help..)
Apr 18, 2013 10:44:55   #
Ronie (a regular here)
 
Dreamweaver wrote:
I'm 80 miles away.... but our town and many others nearby have sent firemen and other aide.....

(On that copper you are cleaning... If it is mostly decorative, not cooking items, I wonder if there is a spray finish or if a nice coat of Butcher's wax would help keep it from turning so quickly.. I think an air barrier would help..)


we tried turtle wax... most definatly its not in use.. we are filling her pot rack.. she has pictures of how it use to look... so I'm helping her reproduce it.. I know that the tin use probably is a lead base.. how we all lived through the first part of the last century is a miracle.. :) I will search online for a nice barrier.. maybe just a clear coat will work... the deep tarnish is being removed so we might just do a quick shine and then spray... I'm glad your doing ok... 80 miles is still close.. I'm sure its devistating all the same... Ronie
 
Apr 19, 2013 09:37:43   #
Fourel
 
This was great. She looks like a fun person. This one I book marked.
Apr 19, 2013 16:30:40   #
Lavender Blue
 
What a Super video! Maybe we should all do this....imagine the shock and then the smiles on neighbors' faces...and everyone needs to smile more. What a grand lady! Thanks for the inspiration.
Apr 19, 2013 17:48:38   #
niru
 
Good video.
Apr 19, 2013 18:07:42   #
Glenlady (a regular here)
 
tinaor; showed this to my DIL , she said it could be me, we laughed at what she said at the end !! :D
Apr 19, 2013 19:22:43   #
kittyknit
 
Too cool! Go, Granny Go!

This past Tues I turned 62 and I put on my Facebook pg, I turned 62 and I'm still kickin' it!!! LOL
 
Apr 21, 2013 08:37:49   #
MaryA
 
Dreamweaver wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=PP9b_91PHi8

Just got this in my morning e-mail...... Ater the events of this week, I think we should ALL take a break and be like this gal..... There is a second video on the site where she is dressed the part as well........

Hope it gives you all a smile.. It did me... and I needed one this morning!!!!!! (Watch to the end.... and note her med-alert necklace..... )

We may be down. but we sure aren't out....


That's great! And she's wearing a Lifeline alert. Wonderful!!
Jun 1, 2013 14:06:10   #
martyr (a regular here)
 
Just found this. What a hoot - she's clearly enjoying it so much. Also there are a couple of other videos of her, that popped up in a montage at the end of this one.

I too!@#$% love to dance! Stay young at heart..and thanks for posting this.
Jun 24, 2013 23:42:43   #
MaryE-B (a regular here)
 
That was great!
 
          
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