6 thoughts on “Between 65 And Death

  1. Happy New Year, Roland! Some excellent advice on that list. 👌
    “Never use the phrase In my time. Your time is now.” Cheers to that, and yes, life is much too short to drink bad wine. 😀 Wishing you all the best for 2020 and beyond.

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  2. Some good advice there, as well as some that kind of made me laugh (okay, I’m not quite there yet, but my husband turns 65 next month). Keep my makeup and perfumes up to date? I’ve never used either, and have no intention of starting. And we can’t exactly declare our children independent of us, as they are still in college :D. But the advice about accepting the physical things and moving on—that’s good, as long as you also fight them, to maintain whatever strength and health you can.

    On that note—why shouldn’t one work out just as hard as feels good? When my husband turns 65 next month, we’ll be tramping in Patagonia.

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