I can’t explain it, but I can’t park anymore. I mean, I can’t park straight. I’ve been noticing this for several weeks/months now. I pull in. Get out. Walk away. Turn back. And the car is crooked. On the line. Over the line. What’s wrong with me? I use to pride myself on my driving and parking ability. Not so much anymore. Maybe it’s old age. I turn 37 today. And if you know me at all, I haven’t been able to remember anything for at least 5 years now. I’m losing my mind and my ability to park. Times change. I adapt. I record all appointments on the calendar in my phone. It buzzes me and let’s me know when I’m about to forget something. What a lifesaver! So maybe I need to go back to a compact size car. Could help my parking.
Anyway…speaking of changing as you grow older…I read this blog that talked about our values changing as we age.
Wow, Mike! Your blog is so much more professional looking than mine. You should try being 50 and figuring out how to use technology!
Yep, it’s old age…..I deny it, I just say I’m like a computer, I’ve used up my “RAM”…… If I need to remember to do something here at home, while I’m at work I will call & leave a message at home to remind me…. that’s not the bad part… when I get home & see the light flashing I thing “gee, I wonder who called” then feel really stupid when I hear my own voice. Once on the way home from work I called work to leave a message to remind me to do something, and by the time I got done listening to the recording (Hi this is Barb I’m not available right now, leave a message beep) I forgot what I was calling myself to remind me of!! I totally cracked up!
anyway…. Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday Pastor Mike! Old age at 37?? I’ll try not to take that personally (42 next month). But in addition to your fingers, now watch out for your hammy too. As for the parking issues, like throwing a ball, you’re now aiming. Just do it!! LOL