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O is for . . .


Ovulation. No more of that for me.

Old. That's what I am and I'm fine with it.

Ostentatious. Who me?

Ovid. Never read his stuff. Should I start?

Ogre. I can watch a Shrek movie over again.

Ocean. Sometimes I think I could live by the ocean, especially if it is a warm ocean in which I could swim every day with the Husband. Say, like the ocean surrounding the Hawaiian Islands.

Obequitate. As some of you dear readers know, I love to ride around on Tilda-Hilda, the pretty hard-working pink cruiser that she is.

Obtuse. "You are such an obtuse thinker, Susie," said my high school government teacher long, long ago. Ha! He didn't know me at all. Now, if he had said to me, "You're such a dreamer." 

So, now you know a bunch more stuff about me, brought to you by the fifteenth letter of the alphabet.  OlĂ©!

I'm hanging out at Jenny Matlock's Alphabe Thursday today. Come join me and read other posts featuring the letter O.

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  1. Gorgeous photo and creative post for O ! Love beach, sky and tree shot!

    artmusedog and carol ( A Creative Harbor)

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  2. Really gorgeous foto and landscape.
    http://louisette.eklablog.com/

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  3. I can so relate to the 'no more ovulation', and never having to buy another tampon (or use one) ever, ever again!

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    1. :-) Once I used leftover sanitary napkins to pad a desk top I built, which I covered with fabric.

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  4. The first two words fit on me too !

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  5. Maybe Old by birth certificate standards but not in mind standards. You have a fun time, view the world through wonderful but realistic glasses and bike with your pink hildy tildy-Love it. I wish I was past #1 but just starting the wondrous world of hot flashes, zits and all the fun stuff. Love the letter O and the words you used

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    1. Thanks, Birgit. How come nobody really told us what menopause was all about? But, then maybe we wouldn't believe them. Bad skin and memory were what happened to me. Both are starting to come back. ...What was that I said? Just kidding.

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  6. Hahaha! Susie, what a great "O" post! Love those words!!

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  7. But you're not old so scratch that.

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  8. Oh this was a fun post to read! Knock off the old stuff! You are beautiful like fine wine and your expertise is wisdom! Enjoy a beautiful weekend youngster!

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  9. Susie,

    I don't mind getting old if I have people like you for company. Old is good! I love your attitude. I also love the photo. Do you live near this beautiful scene?

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    1. That's about 30 to 40 minutes away, depending on the traffic. That's in Santa Cruz. Across the way is the infamous Boardwalk with one of the oldest wooden roller coasters in the U.S. I think you and your family would love the place should you ever come to California.

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  10. OBVIOUSLY obtuse thinker is not you!

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  11. I love your collection of "O" words, Susie. Most I know and are / were in my working and being vocabulary. Ovulation duty I left for the Mrs. On 'obtuse', are you sure it wasn't your math teacher? I know the obtuse angle but not in the context that your grammar teacher used it.

    Thank you for visiting and for your nice comment. It took me a long time to get the red shack picture, it was way back off the road and I would be past it before I could slow the car. Finally one day when I was home I stopped the car and used the zoom function.
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