I came across this video and thought I would share it. I could say something about how it represents how young people have preconceived ideas about GEEZERS, but if I had been there, I would have been just as astonished as they were. I
I already know what you’re thinking—“Bread? Bread? I don’t know how to bake.” Wow, are you missing the point. Which is? Try New Things. To bake bread you first need a bread maker or you can do it the old
There’s not much that scares me these days. Actually, there is only one thing that still terrifies me. Simply, it’s the thought of dying before my wife. So for me, this book was hard to read. Not hard meaning difficult,
In doing movie reviews, I don’t feel the need to provide the reader with a detailed analysis of the plot or various filmmaking techniques. I leave that to the experts at Rotten Tomato, Fandango, or any of a dozen similar
I’ve done it all. I’ve flown in jumbo jets, bi-planes, helicopters and the face of evil. I’ve eaten octopus, gummy bears, toadstools, and my own words. I’ve painted a beautiful watercolor, a house, my face, and myself into a corner.
When I was in my youth, I didn’t read the obits. No one I knew died, no one called it quits. At middle age, I noticed them more. A little bit curious, about what was in store. A little bit
I’m not happy with being called “old,” “elderly” is just dumb, and “senior citizen” was only invented to be politically correct, it’s obnoxious partronizing, meaningless and superficial, just an insult coated with sugar. What does that leave me with? “Geezer”