So Many Changes! aka Absurd Jokes for Baby Boomers

65th BdayThank you bodiesJoel left Monday, and Grace’s family flies back to Texas tomorrow, leaving Alan and me as true empty nesters. This will be a remarkably uncomfortable feeling at first, although I’m watching my older siblings and have been encouraged that I will probably live, despite my fears to the contrary. My oldest brother and his bride of 50 years moved from their home into a condo this summer and seem to be surviving…even thriving. Ann Moving to MI Shut Up I"m My sister (2 years my senior) and her beloved husband, who just retired last spring, are in the process of moving from Oregon to Michigan to be closer to their kids (and incidentally, but thankfully, closer to me as well). Women After God Am I pleased or what? Overjoyed, I think is the right term, since we were inseparable buddies for the first 22 years and have missed each sorely other during the 42 intervening years. from "Shut Up I'm Still Talking So, their pain is my gain, but I’m definitely feeling empathetic pains as they sift through their lifetime of possessions, and choose what to keep. Thankfully, their home sold the first day it was on the market, so that’s great, but (of course) preparing to get their house on the market was a super stressful time.Happiness is good friends And, now they have to move halfway across the continent, find a new place to live, and reorganize their entire lives & social network. A daunting task at best! Crazy old ladies!So, in order to try to cheer up all those of you who—like me—are dealing with aging and change, I thought I’d pass along these cartoons! Hope you enjoy!  🙂 Happy People copy

“Even to your old age and gray hairs I am he, I am he who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you.” (Isaiah 46:4)