Reflections on Aging #OpenBookBlogHop   2 comments

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Welcome to another edition of Open Book Blog Hop. This week’s question is:  “What’s something you look forward to as you age? And what do you miss from your youth?”


I turned sixty in June of this year, but I don’t look or sound like I’m sixty, and I certainly don’t feel old, despite minor health issues. Someone told me that the reason I don’t have gray hair is that I’ve never had children. Wow, can you imagine what would happen if everybody believed the secret to not having gray hair is to not have children? But I digress.

Since I turned sixty a couple of months ago, I’ve already been enjoying the benefit of eating breakfast or lunch for only $5 at The Hub on Smith, A Center for All Generations. This facility is primarily for senior citizens, but all are welcome.

By the way, my singing…

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Posted August 4, 2021 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

2 responses to “Reflections on Aging #OpenBookBlogHop

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  1. Believe it or not, no matter what our age, we are all growing old. Thank you for re-blogging this.


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