Windblown And Whimsical

I turned 50 in December. “Turning” 50 sounds so nice and Vanna White-ish, doesn’t it? Vanna approaches a large two-digit board and turns a five and then a zero. I “turned” 50. I feel more like I “hit” 50. Not “hit” like Babe Ruth hit 714 home runs. I mean “hit” like Arte Johnson in his yellow slicker on Laugh-In when he hit the stop sign on his tricycle and fell over. That’s the kind of “hit 50” I can …


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3 comments on “Windblown And Whimsical

  1. Roger Armstead on said:

    Thanks for the article! I am 55 & wished someone told me this stuff years ago. At least I can pass it on to my children. May we all be blessed for the next 50 years.

  2. Paul Sandefur on said:

    Thanks for the article. I can relate to everything he said, especially about taking chances and have a wife that took my breath away also. I am still a year away from 50 but hope to approach that big day sliding in sideways, on two wheels with hair a mess and yelling “Wow, what a ride! What’s next!”

  3. Meredith Kimberlin on said:

    (I know it’s May, but I’m catching up on my magazines) You hit the nail on the head once again, Ron! I especially like #4 & #5 !

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