We offer observations on the human condition from a 22 year old mind trapped in an 82 year old body.
NOBODY ASKED ME BUT
Once I walked firmly, today,cautiously.
I miss physical labor.
Bones wither, all too often so do minds.
Old statement: “Master of my faith.” New, just let me keep some faith in future.
It is against my religion to drink soda in the morning.
I learned in the Army that guns kill.
Some fear the unknown, sorry, it is our destiny.
It is a long time since I worked at night. I miss the solitude of evening.
Son grows tall while we adults grow short.
Some shout: “I am God.” God does not, He IS God.
I believe in the power of a jinx.
Employee holds a box of donuts and hands them out to fellow employees. A birthday?
Some whisper their words on cell phone. I guess they fear someone will hear them.
My speed in eating has always been moderate.
I never regret aiding others who today will not aid me.
I assume God is our companion on the last voyage of life.
Spring training is a moment when dreams are being made.
Four teenagers, eight eyes fixed on iPads.