How to be a Happy Senior
I have 15 years of training in being a skilled Old F-a-r-t.
At age 60 it seemed cool to get ready for senior citizenry.
So, I began my training ...
- began denying my hearing loss (except when convenient to me)
- stopped applauding when everyone else did
- began dyeing my hair (Miss Clairol 42s and later, Hydrience 18)
- permed my hair with a tight curl (enjoyed compliments when I stopped)
- retaliated my employer's dirty tricks with dirtier tricks (got a generous payout to top off my pension when 65 years and 10 months) to punish them for doing nasties to my colleagues
- converted my part-time business activity to full-time
- began walking one hour each day
- switched from conciliatory to opinionated without apologies
- became more forthrightly outspoken (at first, thought it a futile quest)
- began trashing most of the junk that has accumulated over the years (I'm planning a neat death)
and the list goes on ... as my Continuing Education progresses.
I'm perfecting some of the "begans" along with recording the skill development exercises.
Someday, I shall put my notes into a book.
Want to buy an advanced copy for 50 cents?
Do you have any suggestions?
Please have a happy life,