I’m 50.011 today.

I’ve started a blog.  Here it is.  I never figured I’d be any good at blogging, and I still don’t.  But I did figure it might be fun to document my 50th year.  And to talk about aging.  Image

I love getting older.  Since I was 8 years old, I’ve wanted to be 70. Now, here I am at what some might call middle-aged, and what I definitely consider the middle.  I plan on living to be 100.  That’s all there is to it.  I may be wrong, and the proverbial bus could leave grease marks on my torso tomorrow, but I still have my calendar marked up through 2064.

I do know that getting older isn’t all cartwheels.  In fact, I’m pretty aware that cartwheels are out of the question.  But then, I was never very good at cartwheels, even in 4th grade.  And that brings me to all the things we no longer have to care about.  Let’s talk about those in this blog.

I don’t want to blather on each day, but each day I put down a thought or two.  I’m making a commitment to write a daily paragraph (or three) on the ups (and downs) of the first year (at least) of  the other side of My Hill.  This is the downward slope of being Over the Hill, after all, and as an avid hiker, downhill can be a respite from the climb, but other times a steep balancing act.

Let’s see how long I can keep this going.  I’m 50 4/365ths.  Everything is possible. Pretty much.

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  1. T. D. Davis
    Jan 12, 2014 @ 20:54:18

    Happy birthday! I look forward to reading how the beginning of second half century goes for you.

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  2. Traci
    Jan 13, 2014 @ 22:02:49

    I can totally relate to what you mean. I can’t wait to get to 40 (I’m more than half way there.) Every year gets better and better and I know 40 is going to be great. Cheers to your new year!

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  3. Sue Silverman
    Jan 13, 2014 @ 22:14:38

    You go, Amy! I love your posts. I’ll be following you.

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