Tuesday, Jan. 19
No, I’m not talking about my Bank that is just down the street. Let’s call it the Senior Citizens Bank. I don’t mind sharing with you what I have in my account. It has both assets and liabilities—credits and debits, if you like. My debits include poor eyesight, hearing problems, re-tooled teeth, memory loss, low voltage energy, no night driving, a bit of a wobble in my stride, and the need of a grandson to figure our what’s wrong with my computer or TV. On the credit side, I still drive a car, I can still see to read, use the computer, and watch a football game on TV. I still work in the yard, use the phone, and pay my bills. I also have a wonderful wife to support me as well as an extended family that loves and cares for both of us, and a church “family” that does the same. My brain still functions (more or less), I write and publish a blog every day. Conclusion: Although the assets are diminishing daily, I might as well use them. They will not default to the bank.