It is very Unlikely that anyone living now will be alive to see this Time Capsule opened January 1st 3000.
For this week’s challenge, point your camera at something or someone that puts a smile on our face (or just show a smiling face).
The Aging process is not for sissies. Everyone ages at a different rate. I never smoked and am only a social drinker. As many of you know I was in the U.S. Army for four years from November 1977 to November 1981. Then I was at my Peak Performance. I was in excellent physical condition. Actually from birth to age 48 my health was outstanding. I had amazing energy, could exercise without any problems, and received great doctor reports. The worst problems I had were some acne and menstrual cramps.
Then when I was 49 I had a mild stroke. Much of the vision in my left eye is gone. Pain is my constant companion. My digestive system has not worked properly in a long time. No more running up and down steps. The latest health challenges is I reach for things with my right hand and my entire right arm ignores me as well as now I have headaches almost every day. Food allergies.
Once I hit 50 Mr. Arthur Itis aka arthritis has been a faithful boyfriend. More any real life guys. Of course dating hits the skids after 50. Romance is only a distant dream kinda like being healthy. However at my age a bed equals sleep. I’m tired 24/7/365. Mostly I blame menopause and genetics for my health issues.
People tell me I look good for my age or they look at me in disbelief when I tell them I will be 59 Feb. 2018. So even though my insides are falling apart my outside looks great!
Check out these photos from my younger and better days! Proud to be a Baby Boomer!