But, I am delighted to say, approaching my seventieth (I was born just before WW2 on the 19th July 1939) I see no reason to start slowing down. I feel pretty fit, and although I sleep until eight o’clock every morning, most nights I don’t retire until 2:00am. And as of now, I have not had to take a nap during the afternoon. That is, unless I am attending a boring meeting or lecture 🙂
Today’s electronic Daily Telegraph carries a story of someone a lot older than me leaping out of an aircraft at 10,000 feet on his first ever Skydive. He is 28 years older than I am, so there’s hope for, and life in, me yet.
So I’ll keep the fingers tapping away and may travel even further afield to find my stories.