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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Ice Tigre, May 14, 2007.
Servus from Bavaria!
I love this thread.
Always someone new/old to meet...
Hey! you calling me old or somethin'???!!!?
(although, I'm turning 30 soon and that IS Old... )
You only think that now. In 10 15 years you will be thinking way different.
I actually don't think it now... I just like trolling for reactions with comments like that once in a while
I'm fine with turning 30. Just a number. Just one more year.
I'm rather happy with where I am right now, overall.
30 is soposedly one of those milestones, for some its a good thing, for some a bad thing... I think its good. I've gone through a lot to get here, and am surprised as all hell that I did get this far I've earned that number, and am proud to be here, and be this old Age.
I'm in better physical(and mental) condition than I've been in for almost a decade... In some ways not as good as I was at one time... I don't have anywhere near the upper body strength I had when I was 22 or 23, having lost it in the painful years since where I wasn't very active. But in some other ways I'm in better shape than I've *Ever* been in(like the lack of pain 99% of the time, as opposed to the Literal years I spent where it Never went away). I'm also a stronger christian than I've ever been, That part of my life has evolved a lot in the last year alone.
And to be honest, even if I wasn't turning 30, or if it was 35, or 40 or 50, I don't consider any of it "Old". Most of my close friends are between 45 and 55, or older... I relate to that generation better than I do to my own. My mother just turned 72 this spring. Dad would have been 85 on April 1st. He was 55 when I was born... Never considered either of them "Old" either. My perceptions on relative/comparative age, and what "Old" is, are a bit skewed compared to most guys my age and the common accepted "normal".
My best friend has always said he will grow old, but refuses to grow up... As far as I'm concerned he's not doing either, and he'll be 52 this fall.
Age is physical. Being Old is in your mind.
I don't consider myself old in my mind. I'm still just a kid with s job like that film "Big". But my back and the chiropractor appointment tomorrow is reminding me I'm 42 lol
is Gary still with us??
Once in a while, yes I still drop in...
Nice to see you're back from time to time, Gary !
Hope you're all well.