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Psalm 90:10, "The length of our days is seventy years—or eighty if we are strong....
Three Score and Ten the Introduction,|
Well here we go, After 50 years I am going to take another attempt at writing. The first time was the Palmer writers correspondence school in 1969. The writing will be not a book that will be written with the idea of being published, But will be a writing of thoughts unencumbered by possible publishing and monetary gain. This writing will be a hybrid of Journal and Reminisce. It is important to me that the writings are my true thoughts at the time, not influenced by any factor. The writing will try to explain how a 70 year old white, male USA citizen now relates to today's world. Is every oldest generation lost in their own world, that they aged into? What do I see, and feel as I age farther. I know I am not normal as in what this world today would consider normal. But I hope I am in the ball park writing the thoughts of a 70 year old. I hope for you to learn to know who I am, As I search for Who I am at 70+ This work will carry on until I am no longer able to think or write. This will be done on a nearly daily writing interwoven with a life's reminiscing. This writing has been in the planning for 10 plus years. and I have now made it to this starting point. This writing is dedicated to My Wife The Kitten, My family, My grand children, Lukas, Levi, Luis, Lydia and Sonora Pearl. I thank you God that you have allowed me to have your Three Score and Ten Time.
|Hello All, an update once more, I am still having limited vision. i can not drive, It is difficult to write. I did manage to do a book dust jacket repair today. The internet booth is still on vacation, and I suspect will be for some time. i am starting to be depressed as there is little I can be doing. The family is coming here for Thanksgiving, so we do not have a longer drive. Thanksgiving is always my favorite holiday. And this year it is going to be extra special. family is always special, A true Thanksgiving.
We went to a close celebration of life event last evening. A friend and acquaintance of my next-door neighbor and myself. He died of lung cancer at 71. It turned out to be a good celebration. He is pleased, I am sure. He was a party animal. but a nice party animal. Rest In Peace Bruce.
I hope you have a Blessed Evening
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