In a rocking chair shouting 'Get off my dang lawn!'
I know a boy who says he's going to have loaded with blanks machine guns in his window and fire them at teens.
Weird, but funny.
Thst would be hilarious! XD
I am already at that stage in my life. I spend my time doing pretty much what I have always done - I just do it more slowly now.
Ever since I was a kid I wanted to become an adult so bad. Now I am 30 years old and I regret growing up so fast. in my old age I imagine I would be thinking about all the opportunities I had missed through out my whole life, and of course doing whatever things to cling to life , maybe having a new look or reviving old relationships or even meeting new people online for example, what,s more, I will be wishing that I could return to when I was a child.
I agree. Those years were hard for me. I was a loner. NOT by choice but because I didn't feel I deserved the 'IN CROWD'
Looking back I didn't want or need popularity, but someone to understand me. Wish I'd known then that it's found later in life. After you've stopped searching. I never feared becoming older. It just happened and I accept it with open arms. AGE is more than the number. It's the gained experience, knowledge and most of all the acceptance we discover along the way. AND this is never fully understood nor accepted till you have reached the top of the mountain.
I forgot about that song, thanks for the memory boost.
Am at old age now and Ido more now then when I was young I got my 5 dogs passports and I traveled across Eastern Europe over 16 countries..some things that you thought important when young wasn't really that important at all I also still like all music from classic to rock to MnM my granddaughter usually tells me to turn it down lol
spending my days in a vineyard in Nepal with my partner in crime sipping on some wine.
Eating pizza and whatever else I want while watching the neighbors dig their precious cars out of the snow. Mwahaha...dig you bass turds...go to work...hahahahahaha
lol, but remember you might appreciate their help someday
In fact once in awhile they DO help. I was more joking...or WAS I?? *Falls off rocker laughing, choking on pizza*
Trying to remember what I'm supposed to be doing, or fondly remembering the struggles I have now.
In my old age like 70, ill be retired, traveling, still drinking, no health ailments, reading the paper, early to bed- early to rise as i have always been, happily married just chillaxing mostly!
I'm 66,and what you've described is pretty much where I'm at now.
"I plot and I plan, hoped and I schemed, to the lure of a night filled with unfinished dreams, and I'm holding on tight to a world gone astray. if they charge me for years, I can't pay"--TSO, Believe.
got it wrong...When I'm 'Sixty Four'
Except the lyrics were, "When I'm 64."
old is a state of mind
I am enjoying a better "old age" than I ever dreamed possible thanks to the internet.
Traveling and riding my motorcycles until I'm too old to get on them.
Doing hard drugs--that's the only time to do them (because you're pretty much dead anyways)
The other day I told my 85 year-old grandmother to take all the Vicodin she wants for her bad hip! Heck, they are only 5mg and geez, like you said! only i put the, "you're pretty much dead" thing in a kinder way.
Nice to know u r taking care of ur mom even now,,,,heartening too...i am 52 n my mom is 74, i find her as lovely and wonderful, of course with the old age problems, cant hear, walk or be like us, but, seeing her, living happily on her pension, i feel old age isn't so bad or ugly...like someone said, perhaps it's a time to review our lessons of life and guide our younger ones..
What? And waste all those years of pleasure when young? Do it now!!! XD
writing...... till the pen drops from my cold dead hand!
Nothing. I don't see myself living past 25.
LOL, only some one so young could say that, you'll get to 25 and say, "hell I am still young" what was I thinking about when I was 16/17.... the older you get the more you appreciate what life has to offer... you just have to go out and get it.
I'm there. Well 'not over the hill' just yet.<br />
Being I was a 'late bloomer' in the sexuality department, I plan on spending my last years making up for the loss. To which at the moment I need to find a way to get my Long Distance Boyfriend to move from Ohio to Florida. Me flying up there is getting to costly.
on ep under a blanket, no different to now
I hope that I never reach old age. Ever.
With my husband laughing at each other
I'm not planing to ever get old... read my lips "not getting old"
I just retired Friday, 7 March 2014. Sit back and relax, r-r-rright. After I get with all the running around between now and April. The calendar looks like a checker board with all the places I need to go too. ###
People in my family usually live to be close to 100 even if they totally abuse their bodies, and they usually spend all but the last handful of those years in really good physical and mental shape, so I've thought of this a lot. I imagine I will be doing essentially the same stuff I'm doing at 35 except for the job (out of two) that I hate, and from a home ba<x>se that consists of a larger, nicer house. I might have to do a different form of massage therapy once I get to be 80ish...or maybe not; some people offer the same for well into their old age...probably being a pretty active musician; even if arthritis makes the guitar too hard to play I can always sing...social activism...community organizing...time with friends (though if they're my age they might have a hard time keeping up)...and hey, with a good-size house of my own I can care for as many animals as I like without asking the landlord - I'm thinking four or five rescue cats at a time would make for a nice household. (Sometimes the two I have now both go to sleep at the same time and it gets a little boring around here.) Plenty to look forward to!