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Re: In what decade were you the most happy and content?


@ALRATIBA wrote:

Always the current decade.  Life keeps getting better and better.  I can't recall ever being unhappy or discontented.  

 

@I can relate to your reply! @ALRATIBA

        Beautifully said- short and SWEET.

 

 There is -only- another, that I thought was HAPPY, no matter what our age(s) is/are.

 

I have always been one very HAPPY child to teen, and continuously thrilled with life, now. It's called, by my defination,/ description/  `..Loving Life, Being blessed, Knowing God`.

 

  Attitude is everything, and yes I have entered the doors of illness many times.

 

 "I have someone who loves me more than his life; my husband and our child".Heart

 

Blessings to everyone for a meaningful Holy Easter~


 

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Re: In what decade were you the most happy and content?

I would have to say every one for different reasons.    The '70's were my going out and having fun years, the '80's were when I met the love of my life and am still with him.  The '90's were more settled but great and now I'm retired and loving it!!!

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Re: In what decade were you the most happy and content?

I have to say that every decade of my life has been wonderful.

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Re: In what decade were you the most happy and content?

The one I'm in! (It's always the one I'm in.)

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The 90's

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Re: In what decade were you the most happy and content?

Any one that did not include the age decade I'm in now...

 

For some reason it really bothers me to see, say and write 60 + a few years.

 

The only good thing about it is Social Security.

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Re: In what decade were you the most happy and content?


@CelticCrafter wrote:

Any one that did not include the age decade I'm in now...

 

For some reason it really bothers me to see, say and write 60 + a few years.

 

The only good thing about it is Social Security.


@CelticCrafter

I didn't mind turning 60 so much because I was looking forward to SS and Medicare.  I planned to work until 70 so that would have been a nice amount of money to put in the bank.

 

As it so happened, I wound up retiring at 66 because I wanted to move closer to my girls, three of whom were living on LBI (Long Beach Island, NJ) at the time.  As it turned out, I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis six months later, so would have had to leave anyway.  Nothing good happened for a long time after that.

 

And I can't believe I am now 79 and all of that was almost 20 years ago.  Let me tell you . . . it flew by.  So appreciate your age now . . . you will never get any younger!!

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Re: In what decade were you the most happy and content?

Late 80's early 90's. 

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1976

1989---I had my son

93-94 dated a famous artist, we still talk today

1997 radio show and great sales job

1998 tv and lived in Beverly Hills

2001 found the Savior for good

2013 my grandbaby was born

2016 my second grandbaby

Those were the only great times in my life.

 

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@proudlyfromNJ  Like you - I was ready to leave my parentshome and spread my wing. Going away to nursing school afforded me that opportunity. As we progressed thru the 3 years of nursing school they slowly allowed us more and more freedom and we had more responsibility too. It was a very good life experience.