Thanks for stopping by. What I aspire to do here at “That Senior Moment” is to help you get the best out of the time you have left down here on the ground. I will be sharing opinions (both mine and people who know what they are talking about), passing on information pertinent to our age group, checking out goods and services that purport to make our lives better, and exploring all things senior. I won’t inundate you with information. I will give you an overview of a topic, and if you are interested in it, suggest credible avenues for further exploration. I’ll be your point man.
About Yours Truly:
Wow. Where to start. Let’s see: I was born at a very young age… Okay, Okay. I am a native of St. Louis, MO. I presently live in Atlanta, but my heart belongs to Chicago. After a tour in Viet-Nam, I studied journalism at a relatively obscure mid-western university (well, we did win the Division II men’s AND women’s basketball championships in 1984) and worked as a journalist in print, radio and television. I have been retired for a few years and these days I accept free-lance writing assignments and I am working on a couple of books and screenplays. I’m also into blogging and internet radio. More will be revealed.
Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number
This is a phrase that you will only hear from the young and healthy. Although I have heard some seniors spout this nonsense. They know better. Age is experience that only time can bring. Age is the wisdom gained from those experiences. Age is the patience learned from too many hasty decisions. Age is the empathy that results from having “been there, done that.” Age is the wear and tear on your body – much of it unnecessary – that makes you think twice about doing things you used to do at the drop of a hat. Age is a lot more than just a number.
Thank You For Your Support
Ideally, I would like for this to be an interactive website. If you have feedback, leave it in the comments. If you have something relative to the senior community that you would like me to look into, you can contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m pretty good at looking into stuff. I’m in my element when I’m sticking my nose into something.