on old age

Ever since May 28th of this year, i have been, admittedly, a bit bratty.

i whine and complain that i am “old” and i definitely feel my body catching up with me, while my mind calmly slips away.

but, as i age (as everyday we are wont to do)… i am realizing that i am actually an adult. and with that comes adult things. things that kids don’t want to and usually don’t have to deal with.

there’s been more heartache, but a lot more love and fun, too…

i recently read in an issue of Reader’s Digest – “Don’t complain about getting old – there are too many people who don’t get that luxury”…

i am adopting this and hoping to remember it moving forward.

and continue moving, i shall!


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