Tuesday, November 6, 2012

What's Better Than Turning . . . um . . . 21 Again?

Getting an election for your birthday, that's what . . .

So I think we'll just revisit this (not necessarily for the under-21 set):

8 comments:

lissla lissar said...

Thank you! That was great. "When you're terribly rich, and a keen member of the Church of England, like myself..."

I wouldn't want to be my mental self at 21, but I wouldn't mind the health, energy, and body shape back. That's mostly vanity, sigh.

Jessica said...

Happy birthday Sally! Praying for you and the country of course.

Sally Thomas said...

Yeah, that video cracks me up every single time. That girl's face is amazing. "Why don't you try to entrap him with your complexion?"

And in most ways, I really would not want to be 21 again. 35, maybe . . . But mostly I'm pretty grateful to have achieved my 27th 21st birthday with all my teeth, most of my original hair color, and a lot of vitamins.

And thanks, Jessica. I didn't know you had a blog! And yes, I am praying for the country all day. It is in God's hands, either way -- no place else to be.

Margaret said...

Happy Birthday, Sally! God grant you many more happy, healthy years! (I personally hope those years are filled with your writings and blog posts!) Love, Margie and all the Naftels!

Margaret said...

I've got to add to the happy birthday wishes sent earlier -- and with one more 21st birthday on my body than you have on yours -- this film is pretty much the way I remember it! And I'm much happier to be where I am now than where I was then. God is so good!!!

Sally Thomas said...

Thanks, Margie! And you're right: God is good, all the time.

Anne-Marie said...

Happy belated birthday, Sally!

Sally Thomas said...

Thanks, Anne-Marie!