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I Found The Fountain of Youth

September 10, 2018
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Wanted: New Music Delivery System for Fountain of Youth

In my twenties, which was in the eighties, I played cassettes and made mix tapes.  In my thirties, which was in the nineties, I played cd’s and burned my favorite tunes onto them.  Then when I was in my forties, and we hit a whole new century, I started to transition to digital music when I could download my favorites of yesteryear.  Now that I’m in my fifties and we’re in the teens, I keep wondering how my numbers keeping going up and I keep getting older, while the years hit one hundred and got a do-over. How come the years get to be in their teens, but I’m getting closer and closer to sixty?  I think that the solution is that someone needs to invent a new way for us to play our music because maybe then, the years will start going up and my age will start going down.

Leslie Handler

Leslie is an internationally syndicated columnist for Senior Wire and a Society of Newspaper Columnists award winner. She is a frequent contributor to WHYY's Newsworks, and has written for such publications as The Philadelphia Inquirer, Purple Clover, and The Huffington Post. Leslie currently lives smack dab between Philadelphia and New York City with husband Marty, dogs Maggie, Hazel, and Ginger, a collection of fish, said husband's cockatoo who she's been trying to roast for dinner for the last 34 years, and a few occasional uninvited guests. You may follow her blog and read published essays at: LeslieGoesBoom.com. Her first book,Rats, Mice and Other Things You Can't Take to the Bank is now available on Amazon.

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