21 January 2016

yo! senior discount.



so in the mail was a
special offer to receive
a subscription for
southern living
and
coastal living ..
both publications for a year.
price? $10 ! total. 


all i had to do was sign on the dotted
line, admitting i am what they refer
to as .. a SENIOR CITIZEN!
company policy dictates what age
is considered for senior citizen status.
so i figured southern living is
desperate if they're making this offer
available to folks of a tender age
of 34. it's of concern. but, i signed
on the dotted line anyway and am 
awaiting my magazines 
with bated breath. 

by the way,
i am 34. 
and i'll soon celebrate my 24th
anniversary of that age.
.new math.
.so there.
.yo.



16 comments:

  1. Sounds like Common Core to me, yo!

    Deanna

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    1. ooohh my goodness .. don't GET me started on cc!

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  2. And here I thought I didn't like the new math. I do, I do like the new math! :D

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    1. amazing how this former homeschool mama (that would be me) is open to the dark side of math. hehe

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  3. I would definitely take the senior citizen discount hahaha. How nice that you will get a subscription to Southern Living Magazine soon. It sounds like a delightful one. I've been wanting to get a few magazines for the new year myself.

    Have a splendid weekend. Love that picture. :)

    ~Sheri

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    1. southern living magazine is a personal favorite even if i'm not a southern girl. they just look at my california subscription request and say, "well bless her pea pickin' heart." .. and send it to me. :)

      try as we might, we're unable to convince the ticket clerk at the movie theater that we're senior citizens. i guess it's 65 there and we don't look 65. sigh.

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  4. It's amazing! Senior citizens are getting younger every year!
    ~Adrienne~

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  5. I often buy both of these issues... I guess my subscription order was over looked due to my young senior age. Love your math darling, I am always reminded by my daughter when she was 10 years old when she told me on my birthday that I was still NEW!
    You go girl with your NEW-NESS! in age.

    Enjoy!

    Xx
    Dore

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    1. every day is a NEW day so every day you're NEW. :)

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  6. Huh. I'm gainin' on ya! I'll be the dreaded big 3-0 this year. ;) And it's strange but parts of me are looking forward to it...and other parts...

    Good deal on the mags! Southern Living is one of my faves as well.:)

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    1. dEarMissMichelle... i was 30 when i married. :)

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  7. Yo girl!!! You crack me up!! Thankful :-) ~tammy

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  8. Got my AARP card in the mail as a ***special birthday*** wish. It promptly went in the trash. It's only a number ;).

    However, bring on the discounts!!!

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    1. consider The Association of Mature American Citizens..
      http://amac.us/

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