Old & Vain

This year is the big 4-0 for us, and we’re really starting to feel it.  You know you’re getting old when…

  1. You’re starting to have trouble driving at night.  All of a sudden you wonder if your headlights aren’t as bright as they used to be.  You’re also slowing down a bit, driving in the ‘slow lane’ on the high way.
  2. The joints are getting stiffer from time to time, and it has nothing to do with whether you ran the day before or not, because the stiffness is now in the hands.
  3. You need to take your glasses off when reading up close.  Starting to remind yourself of your uncle Ming and aunt Minsy.
  4. You finally empathize with what the ‘old folks’ have been complaining about.

Getting old is inevitable.  We’ll all experience it.  However, vanity is highly individualized.  Not all of us are vain.  But, you know you’re vain when you’re willing to shell out $70 for a 1.7 fluid oz elixir that promises eternal youth.

That’s more than twice of what a troy oz of silver is currently valued at, but J doesn’t need to know that…

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4 Responses to Old & Vain

  1. myblankeynme says:

    ohhhhhhhhh i am telling!

  2. myblankeynme says:

    hahahahha he doesn’t care about those things!

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