‘Beauty is the size of your heart, NOT the size of your jeans.’ No idea who said that.
My jeans are long but small. Hearts are small.
An average heart weighs 10 ounces. For something that small it can cause a mighty lot of problems.
I sometimes wonder if I really have a heart and if it is made of wood?
Maybe by the end of the day I will have an answer!
Buffy, will you mind Tobias for me today? Sure, now you know how to type on the keyboard. You are not to spend half the day on YouTube barking at the dogs and cats!
Don’t short sell yourself. Your heart is NOT small and it is most decidedly larger than the size of your jeans.
At the end of the day, I think it is agreed that I do have a heart of some kind!
I hope you’re not worried about having a heart problem, Granny?
Not worried, Tilly. I had known I had a heart problem for years. From time to time it misbehaves. 🙁
The heads is lethal, the tails are weak, the heart is prime.
Mayo, I;ll try to hold on to it so! 😉
Love that. Laters to you too.
Dianne, I am back in one piece!
You didn’t mention broken hearts. Doctors may have found remedies for a faulty heart but curing a broken heart is much harder.
Nick, I have nobody to break my heart over, so I am safe!
Hope the change in meds will cause your heart to feel better, grannymar.
Time will tell, Nancy, Time will tell!
Hope all is getting better. We had a scare with the daughter’s heart recently. They ran tons of tests, in perfect health. I think it was caused by stress, all our worry about the devil doc being deployed back to Afghanistan, again. Prayers for all.
Brighid, I’m a tough cookie, I’ll get there…. wherever that is! 😆
I agree, prayers for all! Glad your daughter is doing fine. Sometimes these health scares are a reminder to take more care of ourselves.
I learned how to close a personal letter in Irish : croí isteach (loosely: hearts in, or hugs). As my niece writes: <3
stwidgie, hugs are always welcome, Thank you!