I was watching Andy Rooney on television and
he did a piece on watches... and how many
I have to agree that we do collect. I know some
where in my drawers there is a Mickey Mouse
watch with a leather band. And there is a watch
that my grandson gave me years ago...when you
push the button, it says... a baby gotta do, what
a baby gotta do. It is blue. Some where there
is one with an American flag, and then there are
the usual ones. I think, I also have in my jewelry box
a watch that belonged to my grandmother. That
one has jewels in it. But it doesn't work anymore.
Since retiring I have used the house clocks,
television (there is a time thing at the bottom
of the screen sometimes) on ABC. Clocks in
the car. But I don't wear a watch anymore.
And none of the say the same time.
I had to wear one, when I was working, as that was part
of my equipment. Need it to take pulse and etc.
Funny, how we don't really need a wrist watch
anymore. Always make it to the appt. I make.
Just that it is morning, or night, the rest takes
care of itself anymore. There always seems
to be a clock some where.
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