December 2021 Reflection

by matt i

So very odd time in America, 100 years ago in seed time time (childhood) learn--in harvest teach (adulthood) in winter enjoy (retirement-hood)--in modern era -- seems some retirees struggle with loneliness, spouse mold, money, having every minute filled to the brim--because they have become like squirrels in the back yard--frolicking, having fun - around looking all season for more nuts to bury---only to find out that you will forget where you buried them.

Baby Boomers and older we are not rechargeable lithium batteries -- we only have the technology for triple aaa --double aa- C and D --use wisely and enjoy this miracle of life .

Comments for December 2021 Reflection

Click here to add your own comments

No expiration date
by: Michael - Sunny and Warm Venice Florida

I am a Gen-X, born in 1965. There are plenty of baby-boomers and older (including my own Dad at 86) who have lithium battery + energy.

Fortunately, we humans are not born with an expiration or "use by" date.

Unfortunately, some people stop living before they're dead.

As Bette Midler said to Barbara Hershey (who was dying from a terminal illness) in the movie Beaches, "you're not dead yet. Stop living as if you are."

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Write Your Own Story Here (others can provide feedback).