Five years later, some further reflection on aging and legacies — wait, there’s more!
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Pulling Through the Pandemic
“Wait. You say there’s been a global pandemic, and we’re all affected? I didn’t know! ” — the pandemic is coming to an end, we think. But it hasn’t all been negative over the past year …
Am I Old Yet?
Published January 17, 2020 in Warp & Woof Am I Old Yet? An Update William Sundwick Warp & Woof has seen other pieces about getting old. It seems I owe the reader an update from time to time. I am now mid-way through my fifth year of retirement. I wouldn’t contest the rationale for myContinue reading “Am I Old Yet?”
Aging, Body and Mind
Published April 25, 2019 in Warp & Woof Aging, Body and Mind An Introspection William Sundwick As I approach my 72nd anniversary on the planet, I’m beginning to feel old – ever so slightly. I have no physical infirmity that I can conveniently use as an excuse for it. There are no mobility issues, likeContinue reading “Aging, Body and Mind”
Who Thought that 35 Years Would Be So Easy?
Published January 31, 2018 in Warp & Woof Who Thought that 35 Years would Be So Easy? William Sundwick Thirty-five years later, I’ll admit to having some trepidation about the future back then. I suspect my wife-to-be shared at least that much! Winter, 1982-83. We were planning our January 15 wedding. Lots of thinking andContinue reading “Who Thought that 35 Years Would Be So Easy?”
How to Keep Your Exercise Routine Focused in the Present, not the Future
Published March 14, 2017 in Warp & Woof How to Keep Your Exercise Routine Focused in the Present, not the Future William Sundwick Everybody agrees that exercise is an important factor in health, especially as we age. But, who hasn’t had difficulty keeping to their ideal exercise routine? It’s just too much work, it’s boring,Continue reading “How to Keep Your Exercise Routine Focused in the Present, not the Future”