It is true. I wasn't born in the 1800's, but rather in 1955. My co-workers are younger than me by close to a decade, and poke fun at my age, and that I am slower than they are. What they don't realize, and I'm talking about adults who are young enough to be my kids, that they are in worse shape in their early thirties, than I was in my early 40's. What does that bode for them when they are in their mid-fifties? My closest co-worker started with us when he was about twenty years old. I kept up with him completely at that time, though I was in my early forties.
I make fun of myself for fun and to amuse others, as I am perfectly satisfied with how I have run my life, how my children turned out to be spectacular adults, and a host of other factors in my travels through life.
AFter all, how many can clame that they created the world's best pancake recipe?
Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North