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Marie replied on Wed, Jun 27 2012 12:15 PM

74 year young COUGAR here!

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Well I just turned 41 this year.

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I'm young at heart and will be 70 in July.  I'm not getting older, I'm just getting better LOL.

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Marge P replied on Wed, Jun 27 2012 2:40 PM

Marie:
74 year young COUGAR here!

Marie - LOVE IT!

I am also 74 for a bit over 2 more months then I will be 3/4 of a century old!  WOW!  I can't claim to be a cougar - darn! LOL

I know I have enough projects for another 74 years but guess that won't happen.

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MNnancy replied on Wed, Jun 27 2012 2:40 PM

Donna B:
So, I am still in the 60's...sigh...average and mediocre in all things...

Donna, you are anything but an average 60-something!  You amaze me with all your cross-country skiing!


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Marge P replied on Wed, Jun 27 2012 3:08 PM

The Quilt Daddy:
Marge -- If you can lath on to a younger man then go for it and claim your cougar title.

Quilt Daddy - ROFLOL - being as I do have a husband (he is younger by 16 months :-) ) i better just leave well enough alone. LOL As far as living to be a hundred, yeah, that would  be a sweet payback to the kids for sure.  I wonder what this old world will be like in another 25 years.  Guess we will just have to wait and see,  RIGHT?

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Marge P replied on Wed, Jun 27 2012 3:12 PM

chocake2:
And here I've been feeling old...

You are just a kid, CC, and having little Sprout is going to keep you that way.  He is so adorable - would love to give him a hug and see that wonderful smile face to face.  I am sure he has his moments but to see him smiling or bundled up sound asleep in his QCA quilt, are the best of times.  Hope you are getting a bit more rest.

Also I love your beads!  The chicken and the egg are priceless.

 

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Ginny replied on Wed, Jun 27 2012 3:57 PM

Well, Marie and Marge and everyone else, I am at the 75 mark and 3/4 of the way to the 76 mark.  Talk about cougar-- yep, you bet.  And I still ride the back of a Harley and play golf, but for right now I have been slowing down on the quilting a bit.  Too many outside things to do that interfere.  I know there is someone here that beats me, she just mentioned her age a week or so ago, just can't remember her name right now-- brain farts--LOL   Ginny

 

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Ginny replied on Wed, Jun 27 2012 4:19 PM

chocake2:

And here I've been feeling old...

All I can say is HAH. CC,  we all have our times of feeling "OLD"  For some of us it is true but we will deny it till our dying day.  Only the young can feel old   Ginny

 

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Love this thread about age. Remember we are only as old as we feel. I'm 77, have only been quilting since October of 2011. Am loving every minute of it. Looking forward to at least 25+ years to catch up on all the quilting ideas I now have in my head.

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Liz replied on Wed, Jun 27 2012 8:57 PM

Average age coming up quickly.....haha!!!  I'm 54 !!   Quilting is for all ages!!!!  Hoping to teach my granddaughters soon!

 

 

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Pushing the speed limit but I figure I still have a few good years of quilting in me.  At least I hope so.

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Jeanine replied on Wed, Jun 27 2012 9:32 PM

Good for you, bevcald!  My mom started quilting after she turned 70 and is quite consumed with it now.  It is great that she has something to do and is getting lots of request for baby quilts.  She also comes up to my quilt group several times a year (a 3-hour drive.)  Quilting will keep you young!!

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