You're scaring me!!!! I'm in denial - and I'm staying there.Susan
Two elderly gentlemen from a retirement center were sitting on a bench under a tree when one turns to the other and says: "Slim, I am 83 year old now and I 'm just full of aches and pains. I know you're about my age. How do you feel?" Slim says. "I feel like a newborn baby". "Really? Like a newborn baby!?" " Yep! No hair, no teeth, and I think I just wet my pants". THAT was on one of the blogs I read this morning(cant remember wich one, maybe its my age..lol)
Get yourself on stage, girl! You Rock!
Old age is certainly challenging! I think the key is to stay active and useful as long as you can, and be with people.
I think about getting old, but it's one of those things I keep putting off... LOL
OMG what a great sense of humor. I'm enjoying your blog. Thanks for stopping by mine!
Well, aren't you just a ray of sunshine????:}
I hear you, Eva. So far, old age is only barely better than the alternative. lol
Susan: Denial is sometimes the safest place to be!Steven: That's hilarious!Rosaria: The blogworld is my stage! lolKaren: You are right about that!DJan: I just got more gray hairs reading about your sky-diving!Cyndi: Thanks for stopping by!Retired: Is that why old age is regarded as winter? no sunshine?Char: Yeah. Gotta' keep that alternative at bay!
yes I am feeling it!!
Loved this!I'm afraid. But I loved this!!
always "jolts" me awake a little..lol, but where did you get that pic of me sitting on a park bench,, I have earned my "oldness".
Ha these were great! Well . . . I already wear glasses and have a belly so maybe I'm halfway there!
Lol. At least you face it with a smile so it cant be all bad!
Ahhh...something to look forward to. lol. Happy SITS Day.
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