This week’s edition of the Saturday Six focuses on age: yours and that of those around you. They say age is just a number. Most of the people who do say that are people whose number happens to be a bit higher than that of the rest of us, but it’s said nonetheless.
But don’t worry: I’m not going to ask you to proclaim to the world exactly how old you happen to be. (I’m no dummy!)
Here are this week’s “Saturday Six” questions. Either answer the questions in a comment here, or put the answers in an entry on your blog… But don’t forget to leave a link to your blog so that everyone else can visit! Permission is not granted to copy the questions to message boards for the purpose of having members answer and play along there. Enjoy!
1. How much older or younger than your actual age do you feel on an average day?
2. What’s the best part of being the age you are now?
3. What’s the most challenging part of being the age you are now?
4. Are most of the people to whom you feel closest younger than you, older than you, or your age?
5. Think back to when you were in high school and you saw someone who was your age now: looking back, what was your younger self’s biggest misconception about someone your age now?
6. What do you think of that old saying: Is age really just a number?
I’m going to be interested to see what you have to say to the “Is age really just a number?” question. Oddly enough, some demographic statistics about my readers indicate that the majority happen to be within a few years of my age, although I rarely mention exactly how old I am. I wonder if there’s some sameness of thought at play. Maybe that’s a post for another day!
Thanks for playing this week’s Saturday Six and I hope you’ll be back next week!
Patrick is a Christian with more than 26 years experience in professional writing, producing and marketing. His professional background also includes social media, reporting for broadcast television and the web, directing, videography and photography. He enjoys getting to know people over coffee and spending time with his dog.