When did you realize you were old?
Me: When I would rather stay in on the weekends than going out.
I remember listening to "Lunchtime with the oldies" on the radio while I was at Ft. Meade, Maryland. I was in my early 20s, and they played a song that I loved in high school. I was pissed about that for days! And that was the first time I realized it was really all downhill from there. My middle daughter freaks out about wrinkles and turning 30! I told her "really? Every wrinkle and grey hair I have has your name on it" I may be old, but I don't care! I'm OK with it. My mom died at 45, she never got to meet her grandchildren or see any of her kids get married or any of that other cool "getting old" stuff. Your age is just a reflection of the number of trips around the sun your have made. Don't let your age define you. I may be 60 and my knees make some odd noises and yes I have a few gray hairs but dammit, I put the time in for it. I earned it! I am happy about it because so many don't get that opportunity. JMHO ( or not so H)
when all the crazy stuff i did caught up to me and i couldnt do a lot of things anymore. my mom always told me to be more careful. she said all the things you do to your body will come back to you one day. i thought that was some bogus nonsense...i should have listened to my mamma! lol
Old? I still think I am a kid, though my body and some othe prople point out otherwise. I have a 9 year old daughter who is too often mistaken as my grand daughter. I was at the park with her and another parent with her kids and additedly she looks young next to me. But another little kid asked is she could play, being a parent she tried to decline and the kid said "you could ask your dad, pointing at me"
THAT is when I realized I was old.