Do not live here.
However, Staples and AARP think they do.
We received two very interesting pieces of mail this evening. hee
First up: My husband's Staple's Rewards card. Filled out to "Mr. Strun Grants."
Let me clue you in for those that don't know our real names. My husband's first and last name include the letter "V". They do not include the letters "R", "U" nor "N" for his first name and "N" or "T" for his last name.
I told him I was renaming him "Strun", because it sounds almost p*rno. Sooo attractive. hee
Then, lucky me!
Seems the "American Association of Retired People" [AARP] thinks I am 50. Or soon to be 50.
Um, not for another FIVE and a HALF YEARS. I am 44. I won't be 45 until September. Or 50 until 2016.
I know it makes my very AARP eligible husband laugh, but c'mon.
At least they got my name right, Strun.