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Old 11-02-2011, 09:14 PM   #1
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Biggrin Rose (Betty White) thriving into 2012!!

E. Getty (Sophia) in 2008, B. Arthur (Dorothy) in 2009, R. McClanahan (Blanche) in 2010; Seems dear Betty White (Rose) broke the trend!!
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Old 11-07-2011, 06:25 PM   #2
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she has no known major health problems (at least that she's talked about), and she keeps on keepin' on.
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Lord willing, she'll be 90 on January 17. I hope there's a big celebration for her. There likely will be.
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Old 11-07-2011, 06:44 PM   #4
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Lord willing, she'll be 90 on January 17. I hope there's a big celebration for her. There likely will be.

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it will be a great celebration indeed! CHEESECAKE!
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Wow... intersting thread although kind of sad to think of Betty White being gone. I certainly hope she's around for a long time and it's so nice to see her making a 'comeback' as it were. Seems like she's working more now than she was just a few years ago! But maybe that's just my take on it. By the way, I have a feeling she'll make it well past 2011. After all, I have a great aunt who is 101 now (her birthday was in March) and my grandad died in 2009 when he was 99. I also had a great, great uncle who lived to be 104. Just sayin...
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So thankful for encouraging posts. I realized the "trend" of the other girls' passing... I was saddened and somewhat worried about it. But, there is nothing to worry about and again am thankful for the positive outlooks posted! I still watch the Golden Girls practically everyday and am comforted that Betty is still living it up in life!!!
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She has amazing energy, what a career too!

I dunno. It kind of bugs me when people always talk about someone dying once they reach say 60. If they live to 90 then people spend 1/3 of the person's life contemplating death. But yah 90 is a ripe old age, for sure.

May Betty live beyond 150! No problem overshooting a little huh.
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I'm sure Betty will have a big party for her 90th birthday!!!
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God I hope not. She is a wonderful person. May she live many more years
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Wow... intersting thread although kind of sad to think of Betty White being gone. I certainly hope she's around for a long time and it's so nice to see her making a 'comeback' as it were. Seems like she's working more now than she was just a few years ago! But maybe that's just my take on it. By the way, I have a feeling she'll make it well past 2011. After all, I have a great aunt who is 101 now (her birthday was in March) and my grandad died in 2009 when he was 99. I also had a great, great uncle who lived to be 104. Just sayin...

Yeah, This is kind of a downer thread. In 6 weeks Betty will have broken the trend of losing our Golden Girls, one each year. And her 90th B-day is in January!!! I hope they'll be some sort of celebration aired on TV.
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This is a bizarre, unsettling post........
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This is a bizarre, unsettling post........

I agree, and I was a little taken aback when I read it but I certainly hope that Betty lives a much longer life. She looks healthy and active and I think I mentioned this before but it seems that in just the last few years she's made one heck of a 'comeback'!
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Cheers to Betty White, Hollywood should give her a big party. I wish they would put all her game show appearances on dvd.
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This is a bizarre, unsettling post........

I agree. It's extremely bizarre and morbid.
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