Dick Weinman

Dick Weinman
I’ve had long hair since hair length became symbolic of more than wearing long hair.
My Fitness Center reopened over the summer and yet I haven’t returned.  That’s strange, considering I’ve been an OCD work-out freak most of my adult life – even in my disabled and wheelchair recent years.  Why the hesitation, I ask myself.
Senior man putting on a protective mask for coronavirus at home
To Mask or not To Mask? 
It has been said that Lyndon Baines Johnson – LBJ - the thirty-sixth POTUS, gave monogrammed electric toothbrushes to White House staffers so they would be reminded of him the first thing in the morning and the last thing at night 
On the go
Musings on Life in An Assisted Living Facility
Senior couples drinking coffee
I live among old people. I’m one of them. 87 years old. That’s the average age of Assisted Living Facility (ALF) residents. Pretty accurate in our ALF: many in the eighty decade, several nonagenarians, one centenarian + 2 or 3 years. Quite an assortment of Geezers and Gezzerettes. No wonder I feel old!
Group of multiracial young people sitting outdoors and watching down to his smartphones
The Thin Edge of Dignity
Spring tulips
The Thin Edge of Dignity
Powering my way through octogenarianism, I eschew mere sitting on my tuchus as the decade tick away. But suddenly I have an AH HAH! Moment: Why no go back to school – post-secondary, of course – at the neighboring university?
High angle view of many hardback books. Library or school.
The Thin Edge of Dignity
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