HOW MANY HUBBERS ARE THERE AGE 70 PLUS?
What do you do with your time
Hello, I will be 79 in July and am very busy with too many hobbies. I work on clocks and watches, grow flowers and shrubs from cuttings, write and publish poetry and short stories on two poetry sites plus hubpages.com. I can still read the newspaper without glasses and, other than making a lot of typing errors (I am a trained typist) I can handle the keyboard just fine. I won a free book publishing prize on another poetry site and will be publishing an Old West adventure/romance story in two volumes this year, hopefully by Summer. I have two books published already since I became a senior citizen. Down The Road We Came is a book of story poems and short stories. One of them, a Valentine Story titled ICKATEEBICATEEBOO, tells the story of a youngster about 5 years old who goes in search of Boo in the local woods after hearing about him from a Great Uncle and will be published on my hubpages for this Valentine Day. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mp0eWY7ajoQ&feature=feedwll&list=WL
My other book, a novelette, titled THUNDERFOOT, is about Kentucky thoroughbred loaned to the Pony Express and details his adventures out west before being returned to his Kentucky owner. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQgUKY1q7Yk&feature=related
I would like to see what other hubbers in my age group are doing with their hubpages and what else they devote their hobby time to. So, all you 70 plus hubbers let's follow each other and see what we can do to encourage each other. I already know "Nellianna", a fellow Texan, and a former resident of the city I now live in, who is near my age and is doing a wonderful job with her hubpages.
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