Isn't 40 the new 30? Or some such saying?You are only as you as you feel. I got called 29 the other day and I'll be 42 in a few weeks, so I feel pretty good, lol.I think the motos keep us young.
I thought 50 was the new 30?~35 here, so apparently I'm still a teenager.Motorcycles will definitely keep us young.
I think there is a new term being used for middle age it's called 'middlessence' because we are doing things that weren't considered conventional when getting old and when we were young couldn't afford to do them, it's comparable to adolescence without the teenage drama.
I agree Brandy I think the motos keep us young & our sense of adventure too. I am a ;-) tad bit older than you and someone told me I looked to be in my mid 30's I almost kissed him :)
Let's see, for my grandmother, that would be between the depression and WWII. Not many good times there...Nice picture!
I am 58 going on 18! Looking back at my dearly departed mother, I cannot imagine her riding, or even thinking about riding, a scooter or motorcycle.That "generation" (born 1928) of women rarely gravitated to such activities.She's been gone almost 30 years. If I could I would go back in time and get her on a little Honda scooter!
Dar, as long as you always find time to play ... you will always be young.
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