It’s Not How Old You Are That Matters…

Published Date: April 16th, 2009
Category: Weekly Thought


So yesterday I punched “35” for my age into the treadmill calorie counter for the last time. Next time I run, I will be 36. Normally I don’t find myself working out the day before my birthday. I am usually on the couch drinking. Or eating. Or eating and drinking. Always watching Beverly Hills 90210 reruns.


But this year, the morose did not kick in. And I think it is because after 36 years I have finally figured out one thing. I might not have found the perfect book to write or the absolute job that will forever define me and make me feel like I am contributing to society every day of my life, but I have found this—good people to grow old with.


Therefore my 36th year motto is: It’s not how old you are that matters, but who you have to grow old with.

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