I have been coping with serious health challenges for over two years. I won’t bore you with the details, but I’m glad to say that I’m finally improving to the point that I can trudge up to a mile many days, and I enjoy puttering around in the yard and working with my box gardens. Prospects for continuing improvement are looking up.
Still, it’s clear that I’ve entered the twilight years of my life. My perspective about life has changed. Achievements are not as important as they used to seem. Relationships with others, especially friends and loved ones, always important, are more so now. Other subtle changes in my outlook come up from time to time. None of this is bad. Indeed, it makes life interesting.
I’m able to do some writing again, but rather than revive my newsletter, I’m starting a new blog. Its title is Reflections From My Twilight Years. These reflections may be about health, but may range widely over many areas of life. They may be unconventional enough to surprise you, but they will reveal my honest outlook.
My new blog will feature posts published at intervals varying from weekly to monthly. It may not interest many of you, so it won’t go to anyone on my mailing list automatically.
If you want to know when a new post has been published, you must subscribe to this new blog.
In closing this brief epilogue, I want to thank everyone who has subscribed to my newsletter over the years. I wish you the best of health.