Monday, June 9, 2008

man oh man

My grandma had a fine tuned sense of appreciation for a good looking man.  She never lost that.  It was inborn.  It is in my mother and my sister and me as well.  My sister even developed an internal radar.
I'm not saying (I can only speak for myself, of course) that my tongue hangs out and I think dirty thoughts.  I just look and appreciate.  I've heard people say that if you're married you shouldn't look.  No, if you're married -- or not, for that matter -- you shouldn't LUST, nothing wrong with looking.  And I personally don't stare, or flirt.  My grandma on the other hand...  Ok, she's not here to defend herself, but it's the truth.

I was thinking and between the ages of 10 and 20 I had at least 15 crushes.  That's only counting people I actually knew.  That doesn't include the totally unattainable like Donny Osmond and Eric Estrada, other stars, and the occasional gospel quartet that passed through.

There is no point to this post.  Don't bother looking for one

11 comments:

  1. "There is no point to this post. Don't bother looking for one"

    But it was fun :)

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  2. My Mom had a way of wriggling her eyebrows at us to let us know that she thought "he" was pretty cute, whosoever "he" was. I find myself casing the place sometimes, just as she did. What's wrong with looking at a good looking guy? It's not like anything is going to come of it. :) So what constitutes flirting when you're an old lady?

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  3. Giggling and batting your eyes. I remember grandma doing that to the check out boy when I was with her once.

    Did you ever see Trip to Bountiful? That old lady flirted, too.

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  4. I know what you mean!!
    I dont stare either but I do notice a goodlooking man esp in uniform!Firemen,Cops,Army men!!!
    Yeah you are right about the lust...no lusting or a second glance if you are married !!

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  5. Man oh Man, I love this silly post! I've never seen Trip to Bountiful so I have to rent it. I totally understand the whole Donny Osmond when I was a girl thing, but...Erik Estrada? No. John Boy Walton, well there you go. Man oh Man! :0)

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  6. And who were you looking at when you posted?

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  7. I don't think I know how to flirt anymore. I remember purposely stopping flirting after I got married, so now I'm really out of practice.

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  8. ROFL! Thanks for making me laugh today! I am sure there was a point to the post, but who cares as long as we laugh?

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  9. ROFL! Thanks for making me laugh today! I am sure there was a point to the post, but who cares as long as we laugh?

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  10. I guess I'm an active flirt then because I talk to strangers all the time, men and women. But I am not exactly a young pretty thing anymore. :)

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