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Old 08-08-2012, 01:47 AM
 
Location: just wandering around
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Oh, Nancy!!
Are you saying . . . your a cougar?
Glad to see you, again!
No, but I can fantasize, can't I?

I think 61 is too old to be a cougar anyway.
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Old 08-08-2012, 12:41 PM
 
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No, but I can fantasize, can't I?

I think 61 is too old to be a cougar anyway.
If I can risk the cliche, 61 is the new 41. I don't recall thinking that when I was 41, but now that I'm 61, it's as clear as day :-))
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Old 08-08-2012, 01:18 PM
 
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You're kidding, right? I didn't say it was a bad place to live, so why get defensive about it?

Telling the truth isn't being negative.
I didn't say you were being negative. I didn't say you said it was a bad place to live. I am not being negative. I said I don't see that many "old" people in PC like you do in Venice. I think I saw more old people in my one trip to Venice than I've ever seen in my time in PC.
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Old 08-08-2012, 03:23 PM
 
Location: Port Charlotte
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Well, thank Heaven I am only 60 and can still be a Cougar! Or is that 40, by the new math. Either way I win.....I guess.
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Old 08-08-2012, 09:37 PM
 
Location: Illinois / Gulf Cove
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If I can risk the cliche, 61 is the new 41. I don't recall thinking that when I was 41, but now that I'm 61, it's as clear as day :-))
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Old 08-10-2012, 01:08 PM
 
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Hi Ralana - welcome to the board. If you have any questions you've found a great source for information. The people on the board are pretty friendly and like to help others that come here.
I'm not sure what D.C. is - the first thing that comes to my mind (coming from MD) is the District of Columbia. Love Wyoming - I'm going to travel through the west next summer!
Thank you for the welcome. I have never used a forum before so I figured why not . Still figuring out how to use it lol. By D.C. I meant distribution center. I was just being lazy and didn't want to type it all out. Wyoming is great but since I have lived here my entire life we decided to try something new. We do have tons of questions but don't know where to start yet. Well back to packing.
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Old 08-10-2012, 01:18 PM
 
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Congratulations on your transfer! I hope you like it there, I'm still doing tons of research and working on getting down there. Did you get a position other than orderfilling? I really don't mind it if I have to orderfill for a little bit, doing office work now, kinda bored of it lol.

@ Big House D.C= Distribution Center (Wal-Mart)
They actually cancelled my job before I could sign for it I couldn't get orderfilling because I failed the orderfilling test. My husband passed though and still managed to get a recieving job. He has even signed the transfer with the same start date so we are going anyway and just hoping I can get another job in the next week. The new transfer system seems to have most of the kinks out of it finally so we are hopeful. Either way the next few weeks should be interesting. We will keep you posted. ( If we survive the drive down there with four kids, two dogs, and two cats. )
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Old 08-10-2012, 01:25 PM
 
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Thank you for the welcome. I have never used a forum before so I figured why not . Still figuring out how to use it lol. By D.C. I meant distribution center. I was just being lazy and didn't want to type it all out. Wyoming is great but since I have lived here my entire life we decided to try something new. We do have tons of questions but don't know where to start yet. Well back to packing.
Hi Ralana - welcome aboard. You'll find folks here very helpful, and they'll provide good info whenever they can. Hope you enjoy SWF - it's waaaaaayyyyyyy, waaaaaayyyyyyy different from Wyoming; just an example, I'm pretty sure there are more people in Fishin' Frank's on Saturday morning than there are in Laramie.
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Old 08-11-2012, 02:44 AM
 
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Hi Ralana - welcome aboard. You'll find folks here very helpful, and they'll provide good info whenever they can. Hope you enjoy SWF - it's waaaaaayyyyyyy, waaaaaayyyyyyy different from Wyoming; just an example, I'm pretty sure there are more people in Fishin' Frank's on Saturday morning than there are in Laramie.
I'm sure that is so true. lol
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Old 08-11-2012, 06:30 AM
 
Location: Port Charlotte
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Hello, Ralana, and welcome. Looking forward to your moving adventure stories. SWF will be a big change from Wyoming.
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