So, I noticed that Joan Rivers just had her SEVENTY-NINTH birthday this weekend, and it got me thinking. Whether you’re a fan or not, you have to admit her “bad” day is someone half her age’s “good” day– she’s sharp as a tack. Then we have the lovely Betty White, AGE NINETY, and you have to admire her alacrity, wit, and sparkle. True that good self-care is a key to longevity, but so is a SENSE OF HUMOR.
Take the time to enjoy your SELF. Crack yourself up! Obviously, a “senior moment” doesn’t have to have the connotation of forgetfulness and loss of independence. May we all have “senior moments” as fine as these two ladies, and lots of others we know in real life.
If you’re a senior citizen, write in and tell us all about what keeps you and your friends young at heart. If you have a special senior in your life, were raised by “older parents”, or got to enjoy special times with grandparents, please tell us the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual self-care pearls of wisdom they’ve shared with you! When my daughter was a toddler, she used to mix up the expressions “that cracks me up” and “that drives me nuts”. It came out as “that cracks me nuts”. SO, unwind, crack yourselves nuts, and don’t forget to write about your special senior moments here when you recover!
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