If someone told you.You've only got 60-70 summers and 60-70 winters if your lucky.What would you do
I'd be thrilled to have 60 or 70 more years, because I’d be over 100 years old by then. According to statistics in the USA most women out live men by about 10-15 years. Men usually last into the 70's and women into the 80's. There are a few lucky or unlucky ones that make it into there 90's and 100's but they are few. Lucky at 90 - 100 years means they are not in care facilities and living by machines! Age is meaningless it is important to make luck. It is not the time you have left, but the time you are living now. Focus on the here and now. Make what you want to happen. Make today your lucky day. Unless it is illegal, immoral, or improbable, get out there. Try to get whatever it is you want. It is only too late to do it when you sit about and muse over time and opportunity lost. Don’t wait until you forget what you want or who you are [dementia], are incapacitated, physically incapable, handicapped and unable to complete your physical prowess. Why let worry about tomorrow ruin your today? You can always worry tomorrow! Why worry, be happy!
Get as much education as I could.
Travel as much as I could.
Love one partner with all I had.
Have a child.
Adopt a child.
Create at least one thing to make the world a better place.
Take care of my parents, should I outlive them.
Laugh a lot.
Learn a foreign language.
Run a marathon.
Do a triathlon.
Not be a burden to my children.
Share as much as I've learned as I could with my descendants.
Write a book.
Run for political office.
Have at least 2 awesome careers.
by Holle Abee 5 years ago
a warm, clear bay full of fish; a big shade tree; a comfy chair; a cooler of cold drinks; wonderful Florida sunshine; nice breezes; and a cast net. What’s not to love?
by RanaKm 8 months ago
I have a very bad luck in my life.... I do believe in the existence of luck but not in my life ....Unfortunately, I hope I'm the only one because I don't want others to experience the same things that I have been/am experiencing.
by Mrs Hozey 5 years ago
Is it unlucky to throw away a lucky bamboo?The lucky bamboo I bought five years ago finally succumbed to my black thumb (and forgetfulness), but I fear bad luck if I throw it away.
by Howtolove 7 years ago
What is that movie called when a man was born with a dissees he was 60 then only he was 6 years oldWhat is that movie called when this man was boren with a dissees that he look 60 but he is really 6 years old
by Billie Kelpin 3 years ago
What's the biggest hit you've ever brought to a Pot Luck Get-Together?I brought some warm German Potato Salad last week to a Pot Luck and it was a BIG hit! However, I'm out of ideas for the same group next week. Many of the people of our group are vegetarians, but not all. What...
by Dot 2 years ago
Is it better to be lucky or smart?
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