You wake up one day and realize you’re ten years older than you were the previous night. Beyond the initial shock, how does this development change your life plans?
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If I was twenty and woke-up thirty, no big difference. Actually I might be happier. Similarly at forty, saying “good morning” to fifty would be a piece of cake.
However, I am sixty-six and my life expectancy is eighty-one, so probably have about fifteen more good years. Fast-foward ten years, I am seventy-six and would have five.
So the questions becomes; how would I spend the next five years?
For starters, I would stop fretting about commas, and my latest obsession; reusing typed letters to form new words.
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Here is an example; I type there instead of their. Rather than delete the word, there, I delete the last e (ther) and use the left side arrow to insert the letter i. It is time-consuming.
I also save periods for later use.
At seventy-six I would sell all my belongs then write and travel for the five years.
Which prompts another question; Why not do that at sixty-six?
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