Technology and Maturity

It is more difficult for old people to learn new things.  Although I enjoy learning, my  brain keeps screeching, “Stop trying to stretch me this far!”  Life is supposed to be simple when you retire.  Few interruptions disturb the day’s agenda.  Why would anyone, who hopefully will turn 61 in a few months, feign interest in blogging?  Afterall, is it wise to spend what little time he or she has left trying to keep up with the world?

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