Well, the day has finally arrived. I still haven't totally come to grips with this number yet. I got my AARP application a month ago, and I haven't even opened it. I am in denial yet. How can this be? I don't feel that old. I am one of those young-at-heart kinds of people. I see that number and I stop and think about what it really is...
...I have lived over half of my life
...I will, hopefully be retired in a little under 20 years - Yikes!
...my daughter will be 21 in September...21! Ugh!
...my parents are only getting older (I have already lost my dad)
these milestone birthdays that always make me a little depressed. I was
ok with 40, but 50...it just makes me feel like the end is closer than I
I watched a video on Facebook the other day - http://aplus.com/a/clean-slate-blackboard-experiment?c=7434&utm_campaign=i102&utm_source=a92158
- it was about regrets. I have so many...and many are deep. I know that
some of these are what hold me back. I just haven't found a way to wipe
the slate clean. It seems easy...but it really isn't.