1. What's one thing you learned at the ripe old age of whatever age you are now?
Something that I already knew could happen in one's personal world, but never thought I would see in the world at large: everything can turn upside down in a moment. However ...
Oh, and I learned a new game this week: Quiddler.
2. I read here a list of foods that can help you look younger-
extra virgin olive oil, green tea, fatty fish, dark chocolate, vegetables, flaxseeds, pomegranates, avocados, tomatoes, spices, bone broth.
How many of the foods listed have you tried? How many do you eat regularly? Your favorite from the list?
I eat nearly all of those on a somewhat regular basis. I've tried them all. My favorite? It would be a tossup between dark chocolate and avocados. Sounds messy, doesn't it?
|You can't tell at all, but this is an avocado omelet from Happy Corner Cafe in Pittsburg, NH|
The good old days were as recent as 2019. I miss liberty and common sense.
3. Something you miss from the 'good old days'? When were the good old days anyway?
|Graphic by Abby at Little Birdie Blessings|
4. What are two or three of the most rewarding things to be found in growing older?
|Julia and Josiah|
It would have to be these, and others in the same category, plus many not pictured:
5. What's your favorite part of your life right now?
See above. Also, that we are retired and don't have to restrict our activities to weekends. If we want to take a weekday getaway or do an important errand, we can go whenever it works for us.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
So thankful for a getaway up north Monday through Friday! We enjoyed lake time, visits with friends, yummy food, peace and quiet, being out of cell and internet service, and much more.
|A corner of our cabin on Back Lake|
|A Back Lake sunset from last year|