Does time fly as you get older
sorry no time seems the same to me…apart from injuries do take lots longer to heal or that i am more patient and let them heal…seems a long time since my kids were born (me 46) oldest 22 years…….
some things take me longer to do…….others quicker.
The new thing is intresting….older folk round us in their 70/80s seem to be doing loads…walking/learning new things rather than sitting down watchingthe world go by.
A a case of use it or lose itPosted 5 years agoGrahamSSubscriber
My boy turned 9 the other week, 9 years! Seems like I was only at the maternity hospital yesterday
I’ll pass on something my father-in-law said to me, which has always stuck in my mind:
Your boy is 9. You’ve probably had half of your time with him before he leaves home. 😯
Cherish it!Posted 5 years agobikebouyMember
I’m not too sure about “time flying” butif for sure passes waaaayyyyy more quickly these days.
I remember back at Uni the endless days of rolling around and stumbling off to lectures, then ” ” nothing in the afternoons. Had to fill my time sailing rather than playing with my dick..
But as work crept in, family, sailing and bikes.. well it’s been a good old while since those days of “hmmm what shall i do now” cropping up on my head.
But I think it’s more a case of planning to do stuff, you know, to make sure you make the most of the time you have out of work.
So really.. we fill the gaps with stuff and hence “time flies”Posted 5 years agochewkwMember
Time moves too slowly for me as I rather like the idea of time ending now with all maggots disintegrating into dust at the blink of the eyes.
Time is merely a perception of complicate minds, there is no such thing as times but your body slowly rotting away … you’re are slowly disintegrating …Posted 5 years ago
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