01 February 2008

Middle-Aged?

I just realised I'm considered middle-aged. Apparently to some I have been middle-aged for five years now. I am not sure as to how I feel about this or if it should matter. Should I dress differently? Should I quit World of Warcraft? Should I begin taking Geritol?

I'm always the last to know.

6 comments:

dj-mouse said...

You're only as old as you feel.

Lewis said...

Absolutely do not change your dress, behavior, or anything else unless you choose to. I remember the day a while back when my eye doctor said to me, "Well, now that you're life is halfway over...."
I could have killed him.

TankMontreal said...

When my father was the age I am now, I was 18 years old. Can't wrap my brain around it.
We boomers and post-boomers'll probably never consider ourselves anything but young. It's not in our cognitive vocabulary.

Anonymous said...

Geritol, although we use the brand Jim Beam, will help you through middle age.

-Sherry & Jen

StillMa said...

Middle-age is not a specific point in time, it is range of time spanning years, even decades, like childhood or old-age, but unlike childhood and old-age, middle-age is quite flexible. Middle age can last as long as you want it to. Considering that the next stage is, indeed, OLD age, which does not sound like much fun at all, I plan on enjoying this Middle-age phase for as long as I can.

Robert said...

Could be worse eh? heh!