You know you are old when the hemlines at a conservative store like Ann Taylor Loft strike you as risqué.
You know you have good neighbors when they call you on a Tuesday night and say "We have some leftover ribs we would love to give you." Ahh, yes please!
You know you are sentimental when you read about the world's oldest dog dying and you get a little misty.
You know your 18 month old is a GENIUS when she waits until you are about to leave the room after putting her down to sleep before she yells "Wuv YOU!" as loud as she can through a veil of tears.
You know your cats are fat when they have trouble hauling themselves in and out of the litter box.
You know you love your job when you are still working on a long range strategic plan for one of your companies and you barely notice that it's approaching midnight.
You know the BEST time of year in NYC is about to arrive when you leave the house and feel a slight need for a sweater.
You know you have good friends when, well, a lot of things. I have good friends.
You know you have your financial priorities straight when you are not flipped out by daily market fluctuations.
You know you are not as cool as you used to think you were when everyone is talking about Inglourious Basterds and you think "who are these disgraceful men people keep referring to, and for god's sake, WHY can't they spell 'bastards' correctly!?!?"
I know you may be tired of this now, but I am on a roll, so am going to keep going...
You know you are sitting next to a total snob at a dinner party when said SNOB asks you in all seriousness "So, where do you SUMMER?" Pardon? Since when is "summer" a verb? Excuse me, I almost tripped over my tennis whites.
You know you like your in-laws when they are coming home from a month of vacation and you are really excited to greet them at their house upon return and cook them dinner.
You know you have a great husband when he buys you flowers every once in a while for no reason and fixes things around the house and they actually work after he is done.
You know you are a parent when the last movie you saw in the theater was (The Age of Your First Child in months + 3 Months) ago because movies went from being $30 for 2 to $130 for two. Darn babysitting costs.
You know you are done with a blog post when, well, you say to yourself "OK, I may even be boring myself now - ENOUGH!."