Bones to me

 


Source: Aparna Nancherla (via Paper Ghosts)

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  1. Oh pal, you’re killing me…another ‘bam’ with an additional ‘sigh’….

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  2. so funny. and true.

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  3. Yep 🙄 Seems like that’s all we need to say 😬

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  4. Mine is more like, “Tell me didn’t just….” 😳

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  5. Or it saying, “Now think about what you are asking of me. Are you willing to pay the price?”

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  6. And here I thought it was just me.

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  7. My shock absorbers, aka my knees and ankles.

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  8. or “hello here I am” 😳

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  9. We must be thinking the same thing today 🙂

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  10. No! Stay quiet, as you used to be, I tell them.

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  11. I worked for an Asian doctor once who would tell his patients, “Remember how old you are.” I thought this was very wise. People think they can stay 30 forever, keep a 30 year old body and brain. Accepting the changes clears away all this “aging” angst. If we need a cane, we use it instead of fighting against it. If we need hearing aids, we get them instead of making everyone around us shout. If we ache, we rest. Acceptance. And compassion for our aging selves. Even love. Because at this age, we’d better be able to do that, too.

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  12. I laughed. until … I cried. 🙂 once again, Sandy Sue has some wonderfully thoughtful words

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