Tag Archives: aging gracefully

YOU’RE OLD, GET OVER IT!

The idea of growing old never occurred to me until I became part of the silver haired generation. It still doesn’t hold much interest. In fact I’m trying to avoid it completely. Age isn’t particularly where anyone in our society … Continue reading

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THIS TOO SHALL PASS

OK, so I have two kidney stones.  I’m not sure why these nuggets keep forming within me. I may be able to use them somewhere in my garden, but unfortunately these are the kind that need to be blasted, so … Continue reading

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YOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD …

Shriveled skin with no elasticity, Still sparkling eyes embedded in a sea of flab, Bags and creases uncommonly placed between, Hair coming from places it has never before been, Lack of hair in other areas, Creaking bones, fragile joints, Sagging, thin, easily … Continue reading

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DON’T SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF

I’ve come to the conclusion that if I have to get down on my knees for any reason, I better think of all the tasks I need to do before getting up again.  The up and down process is killing … Continue reading

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THE SILENT GENERATION

I am part of the “Silent Generation” or more commonly known as a Traditionalist. We all have our pluses and minuses, but many of us old timers seem to think that the Newbies are on the road to destruction. I … Continue reading

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CATCH ME WHEN I FALL

This morning I opened my computer and forgot why.  I was about to take my pills for the day and couldn’t remember if I had already taken them.  I looked in the mirror and saw the reflection of my mother and almost … Continue reading

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If seventy is the new fifty and forty is the new twenty – what does that make twenty?

“70 is the new 50” was undoubtedly coined by someone in their 70s. Growing old means you are now one of those blue haired church ladies. It means you have achieved a lifetime of memories – good and bad. When … Continue reading

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