Hi--remember that famous saying, when some of us were in college in the `1960s? Now what do we say?
Just the other morning on my public radio show, I "adjusted" that saying to say "don't trust anyone over 70," and then I thought of some of our local elders, my friends and associates. So I changed it again to "Don''t trust anyone over 110"
but then I thought 'well if someone does live to 110, I'd like to pat them on the back and see what they have to say.
So as we all age gracefully, let's practice trust for those of all ages. It is going to be a monumental planning task to try and meet the needs of our aging population in the coming years.
Personally, I would like to live long enough to see the Cubs win a World Series in Wrigley Field, and also to be around when NASA's first spacecraft reaches Pluto...current estimate the year 2015 (gosh I'll be well over 70 by then)
How about you? What do you want to accomplish before you pass on?