Approaching 60, The big 6-0.

One person’s take.  Mine!!!!

You know, life gets interesting past 60.

When a date’s underwear covers their belly, and you tell your friends, she’s a “keeper”!

And a breathalyzer, you welcome it.

What about when shuffleboard is a considered a contact sport?

You go to the DMV and consider yourself lucky, when your golf cart, doesn’t need a learner’s permit.

Another psyche job, is when you go out to eat with your young ones and hand out

Your phone number to a 22 year old Hooter’s girl and can’t remember why.

They kids don’t know, that you are serious.

You knew all the Golden Girls, when they were 12 and you had a date with Betsy Ross, before she sewn the flag.  A flag?

You call a computer, “that fandangled thing”.

Your first date was named Gertrude and her hair was already grey.   You were so proud of her and knew her SSN,  when there was only two numbers.

You think that TV Evangelists, really care about people and you send them all your money.

You look at the clock and get in your car at 4:00, go 20mph, during rush hour and then go to KFC and flirt with that Asian girl,  God bless you heart!

You know are getting old, when you kick the tires on your walker.

You and your wife, comment, what’s a remote? (TV)

When using an escalator is an extreme sporting event.

You go a sock-hop and wonder what ‘rap music is?

You think that, the music on an elevator is hard rock.

You remember when no one smiled in a picture!

When a pup tent, was a 5-star hotel!

Mighty Mouse....Saturday mornings:

When you think sooner than later, are the same.

When Ronald Reagan considered becoming a Communist.

When you confuse Benny Hinn with Benny Hill.

The crank on your car broke.

When you commented about Two-live crew, “I should hope so”.

When Bad Grandpa was good.

 

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A fish downstream.

Remember, a dead fish can flow downstream, but it takes a live one to swim upstream.
W.C.  Fields

The War of the Worlds inside my mind.    Anxiety and Depression on one side,  Seizures and Epilepsy, on the other.  Like a nation,  in the midst of battle, participants languish there,  while politicians ponder the narratives.

An excuse to gloss over the  acts of war.    Inside my brain,  little battles rapidly coalesce .  The net effect being like a lost street, now overgrown.  Confusion,  malaise and the lost synapses, brooding in contempt for each other.

 

Between anti-convulsants and pills for depression,  my anxiety,  like a bastard knife ,  penetrates my thoughts. The anxiety causes depression and I float along, until a seizure or the waves of confusion awaken to the thrust of reality,   into the middle of a battle. A place, I cannot identify.

Stars are no good,  for navigation.  They mix like a cup of Alphabet soap.  In there somewhere, I am. Groggily picking my way.  Upstream or down,  I cannot tell.   On this planet,    I dwell wearily.

Larry, 19–