47 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 11/29/17

      • I actually ruined the party, had to go to the ER after the young guy at the pond wrapped my bare leg with ice. You’re not supposed to put it directly on the skin. But when the ER doc took out this big needle to drain my knee, I was glad it was frozen! : ))

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      • Mouahahahaha (btw, tell Suze I was right about putting ice on hurt legs!! PLEEEAAAASE!)

        I hurt myself pretty badly too, once. I was about 7 years old, and I was practicing for a figure skating competition… In my routine, I had to walk on the little pointy dents on the front of my blades (making me look like I was walking like a ballerina, on the tip of my toes) and the dents decided not to let go of the ice… So I fell face first on the ice, and my upper lip opened from one side to the other!

        Fun times!

        (Sorry Danny… I just remembered we were on your blog here, and not mine… Dream Big Dream Often is so welcoming… got confused for a moment! 😛 )

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    • I beg to differ… if you fall down (or just fall for that matter… I’ve never seen anyone fall up) you might appreciate ice on your hurting old bones. If you had old bones… Because you, Madame Suze are NOT old… You’ve just been young longer than others!!

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  1. yep, where I grew up, there was a massive pond, which in the Victorian era, the men use to skate across during the winter to get to the train station to get to work. I still have no idea why my parents thought it was important thing for me to learn. We haven’t had a cold snap where you are able to put any weight on the ice on this pond for over 100 years

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