They also say that the quality of a life is more important than the quantity of it. I tend to agree with that.
Picnic – the old TV tray.
As an aging boomer, I find myself contemplating more and more the inevitable alternative.
My big concern now is ensuring that, when my wife and I leave, our son will have little to do.
I’ve gotten halfway through the prediction without a change. Any day above ground is a blessing.
I’m an old fart, and I sanction this message… ☺
The trick is to have your bank account and life expire simultaneously.
Arlo, Arlo. Since when were you ever worried about the sanctioned position?
Yes, “they” also say that no one wants to live to 90, except the person who is 89.
Are sure it’s better? I’m not so sure
Sanctioned position? I don’t get the reference.
NEVER take life too seriously. You’re not going to get out it alive, anyway. . . 8^)
A and J are NOT old! They may be around 50-60 years old. That is young to anyone over 61.
For I am in a strait betwixt two, having a desire to depart, and to be with Christ; which is far better: Nevertheless to abide in the flesh is more needful for you.
In other words, “I think I’ll stay a while.”
Even the longest life is shorter than the shortest death.
The sanctioned position is to stay above the grass…