Some famous Oxymorons: Good grief, same difference, genuine imitation, almost exactly. I’d like to add mine, aging young. Except that it will soon be outdated because it’ll be true. You have no idea what science has in mind for us. Meanwhile, I have a few tricks to fool Old Man Time. I’ll be jotting them down for you now and then (oops another Oxy. It’s in my blood, sorry)
When asked what my website was about, I said, aging. It’s what I know best. I study it every day. From the moment I creak and moan from bed in the morning, get gutsy enough to look in the mirror, until late night when I’m too tired to sleep.
In my website description I had to say something that would bring you here. Sort of like the spider and the fly. I said, “I should have been dead ten years ago. I think I qualify: two heart attacks, prostate cancer, acute pancreatitis, back operations and more. Believe me, I’m not complaining. I’m here and grateful to be with my bride, Rene, a lady of love and peace of mind. Still, with all the help I received, I’m convinced I did some things that bought me more time. I’d like to share them with you.
If you’re reading this, we have something in common, we’re both old. No? Just wait. Tomorrow, when it happens, and I hope it will, remember to keep learning and moving. It’s the secret of getting more of those bonus days.
Or as Rene would say, “Don’t lose that little girl in you.” (For us guys it’s boy.)
I dedicate this page to, Rene, my bride of 61 years.