Language is wine upon the lips.
~ Virgina Woolf
On a morning walk my wife Jennifer said “I read something irritating. They said they were elderly.” I asked “How old were they?” She replied,”Late 60s, 67 and 69.” To which I started to laugh. We’re 62. We are elderly.
Or are we? We are old. But elderly? That has a connotation of being fragile with diminished capacity. We feel pretty vital.
What do you think is meant by elderly?
Got enough? No boredom at a stop light.
I’m back from the near dead.
Not that you could tell based on my activity here.
That’s true on Facebook and Twitter. Are you one also?
Here I’m my own voice, talking quietly.
If you’re going to watch an instructional video take notes. On paper.
This is in response to too much (??) time watching how to and tips videos on YouTube.
As ear worms go Sing, Sing, Sing is not bad.