One of the huge drawbacks of age is the tendency to repeat yourself. Peeps are fond of telling me I don't look that old (not a day over 60) or act that old. Which is all good until I haven't seen them in a week or so. Then I start repeating everything I said the last time we met. Everyone is nice and says they are doing the same thing at half my age. Yeah right-if you are you may want to start check into the problem!
Being me of course, I'm doing essentially the same thing with words. At the risk of not being Dr. Phil (plugging his book every 2 minutes)- I finally have my literary masterpiece molded into a form which I think is workable. The problem?
I'm to the point of moving posts from Cyrsti's Condo over to the book and then I'm seeing a paragraph or two in Halfback to Hormones which should come back this direction. All good until I wonder in the vast amount of 2,000 posts, have I already mentioned it?
Well, if I am- it's not nice to make fun of old peeps. Then if you do (get in line) it won't bother me much anyway. My sarcasm can be compared to a person you are admiring across the room. The closer you get, it can easily lose it's charm! I'm used to it!
On a side note, my humor was one of the earliest issues I had to deal with in my transition. Bottom line, it was such a huge part of my male self-I brought it along.
Coming up in the next post a possible "repeat" performance. If I can remember which one it was!
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