Getting old(er) sucks

And I don’t mean from a numbers perspective. Most days I feel like a 15 year old (intellectually… And sexually).  But physically?

I feel old.

Or oldish.

It’s mostly the aches and pains. I try to be fairly physically active. I bike to work (and go for long rides on weekends).  I work out like 5 days a week at the gym. I walk at lunch. I take the stairs option when possible.

But lately I’ve been noticing some more ailments. I have an ankle that bothers me. I have a bad shoulder. And recently my lower back/hip have been giving me fits. 

This week, it’s been my back. It’s better today, but damn if it hasn’t hobbled me. And it makes it difficult to keep active. 


When do I get my AARP card?


About cb

Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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5 Responses to Getting old(er) sucks

  1. Blobby says:

    welcome to my chronic ache world.

  2. WiGuy says:

    dude…embrace your age and make the most of it. 50 is not death sentence.

  3. truthspew says:

    Yeah – it does suck getting older. Blessedly it hasn’t been too bad for me though.

  4. Old Lurker says:

    Somebody neglected the fine print when signing up for the Hot Daddybear certification.

  5. it’s called arthritis. and at 62 I can’t NOT feel the pops and creaks of my joints. but I am still alive!

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