What has happened to synchronized swimming??? It used to be so beautiful and now it just completely weirds me out! I guess I just fell in love with it back in the days when Esther Williams worked her magic. Now, I'm just stunned by how strange the whole thing is. I really can't even watch it because it just creeps me out.
Perhaps I haven't really watched it in ages, because I honestly don't remember it being so technically strange. Especially the whole out of the water and into the water routine. I must have been sleeping when that whole thing came about.
I just think the whole thing is weird. So, is it just me? Do I need an attitude adjustment or something? Or is it that the whole thing reminds me of this odd Halloween decoration?
I won't even get started on the whole single-man-canoe-half-standing-up thing. So do not know what that's all about.
I'm 60 & have been married 35 years to the same great guy, raised two fairly normal children (now 28 and 30) and have led a somewhat interesting and unconventional life. I lived in Aspen for 15 years (18 if you count the in and out years), on the Hawaiian Island of Kuai for a year, and now in Texas for 37 years. If I'm not juggling a dozen projects at once I get bored. Now that we have an empty nest it is almost like starting over. We are having a gas, in more than one way. I am a Jack of All Trades and after growing up in my family, I know I can survive anything although I prefer to do more than just survive. Snooty is my alter ego, the evil me who often appears while I am golfing or when I have had one too many martinis.
Snooty Primadona's Sparkling Outlook On Life ... Or Not
Growing older takes a seriously sick sense of humor, not to mention emotional & physical stamina.... it isn't for the weak minded or faint of heart, I assure you.
I will try to guide you through the aging process with a little humor, tales from the past entwined with stories of today, tips you'll need to keep from looking & acting like an old hag, and the music you'll need to listen to in order to stay "young at heart". Or at least put up a good appearance.