Tuesday, March 8, 2011

There's a First Time

Yes, it did finally happen.

It happened a little sooner that I expected.

I thought it would be exciting to save a little money.

I thought I would be ready for it.

And, now I'm not so sure it was that great.

My hairdresser was right.  She said I would look 60 if I "let my hair go".

Oh boy. Sigh.

Today, I went out to Ryan's for lunch.  I ordered the buffet, as usual, only this time, my bill came to $5.51.  I didn't really think about it. I didn't really notice. 

When I got to my table, I sat down and noticed the bill. 

"Lunch buffet - Senior"    AAACCCCCKKKKKK.  

And, he (it had to be a "he") didn't even ask me.  

Ok, ok. Technically, I am a "senior", but I don't qualify for the discount. And, now that I think of it, what IS the age for a discount? I think I'm even more depressed!

A pox on that little man child who gave me a Senior Citizen Discount! 

When Hubby hears about this, I'll never hear the end of it. SIGH.


  1. Oh my goodness!!! from your pictures you do NOT look like a senior! Holy moly. That's so ridiculous! Funny but ridiculous! hehe

  2. Have a happy Women's day! Perhaps was just a kind of polite punk...

  3. LOL My grandson signed me up for a Senior Card for a buffet near his campus. He still laughs when we go there -- we all do.
    I'm 63 and my hair is pure white. It's a gene thing. I was salt and pepper in my early 30's. My hair won't hold color no matter what salon I choose ($$$). Be glad you can at least color. Mostly just take advantage and laugh. ;0)

  4. My simultaneous condolences and congratulations. Who cares about age if it saves you a few dollars?

  5. Yeah....I've gone from being asked if I'm pregnant (kept a little of my baby tummy - didn't seem to matter what I weighed) to be asked if I "get" the senior citizen's discount *sigh*


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