Turning 65


On Sunday, April 30, Jack and I had dinner with my sister and brother-in-law to celebrate Jack's 71st birthday. It was a wonderful time at Olive Garden. Jack wanted the salad and garlic bread. I was looking forward to shrimp scampi, so Olive Garden it was.

It was a hot day, so I dressed in comfortable clothes, including a pair of Sketchers on my feet. I'm suffering from Sciatica on my left side, so I wasn't about to wear any shoes with stacked heels.



I wore a cap sleeved top and pull-on white capris. I even took off the bracelet I was wearing because it became uncomfortable with the heat.

I mentioned in an earlier post that we are experiencing warmer than usual temperatures, so you learn to dress for the weather, regardless of the occasion.

As I said, it was Jack's birthday, but it was also a reminder to me that my birthday is two weeks from Jack's. I will turn 65.

Turning 65 means Medicare. It is also a reminder that life is moving faster than I expected. I will, however, embrace this birthday because I do appreciate everyday. Even with all the aches and pains :)

It is one reason why I reinvented this blog, and decided to focus on women in their 60s, 70s, and beyond. I'm not an expert on fashion or health, but I love to research, and I love to write. It's my passion.

 We all need activities that excite us. I have retired friends that are fabulous photographers and others who are embracing this time in life with golf or gardening. I hope you have activities that you indulge in as often as you can.  

Enjoy the day, and I look forward to talking to you about Medicare. So many options! And for those who have already experienced the deluge of insurance companies contacting you, Bless You! You survived it!



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Kathe Kline said…
Thank you for writing this. Yes turning 65 is a milestone for sure! How was your birthday?

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