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or Mags Models and Moi.
So I just returned from getting new tyres put on my car. A "blokey" (Aussie term for man) atmosphere without a female in sight, at least there was a coffee machine.
I sat down in front of the coffee table in the 'waiting room' with the not so abundant array of magazines ahead of me. The choice admittedly was rather dismal. Yes, 'yee har' there were mags for the boys on tyres, and 4 wheel drives and the like about 5 and 2 mags for the women folk.
Vogue and another glossy high fashion one with Jennifer Anniston on the cover (I remember her) but not... (more)
how does it change us?
what makes us different if anything?
we see the same things ....... though probably now through squinted eyes or glasses
we hear the same things ... though you may have to speak up a little or slower
we smell the same things .... our nostrils haven't let us down yet
do we feel the same?
hmmm no... our brains think we do, our bodies are less inclined
it's our prerogative to have achy knees, hands, feet or legs, we have used them for a long time
to say what we want to though it may offend, our right to speak our mind... (more)
babbling about age
joints (a different kind) that ache in rain sounds of oohs and aaahs stiff bones - (sat too long) bending with a sock
wrinkles (don't get me started) tired arches - heels too high energy zapped end of the day (do I have to cook) tablets - herbs- vitamins body rattles walking pharmacy
one could ask (no I do ask) how much to they alleviate placebos of the mind thinking of ahead walking sticks (possibly frames) be gone with you
for ageing brings memories smack bang - the hippocampus of daisy chains Hendrix - Joplin laughter sitting cross legged... (more)
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