Cindy Perotti is a member of the Brockport Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.
by Cindy Perotti
Worked all my life to get to this point.
Alone I look in the mirror, and wonder will my future be as good as my past.
Old is the place I find myself today.
All my experiences, wants, and desires are as with me today, as they were yesterday, and will be tomorrow.
Here are five points you should know:
- I lost my mind.
- I have trouble seeing things.
- I can't hear.
- I can't speak or taste.
- My arms, legs, and heart can't feel or touch.
Also there are 2 questions I ask and answer:
1. Question: What's happening? Answer: Getting old.
2. Question: What can I do? Answer: Not much.
Here's what I have to say now, is good bye, and smooth sailing until I meet again, and keep your chin up and have a blast, and don't give up because it's not all that bad.
So long for now.
May God bless you in this process.