Hi Patsy - do wish you wouldn't remind us!! Age is a sore topic!! But the idea of being a Quadragenarian sounds fun ... and I think you're living that way ... cheers Hilary
I decided I've left it a bit late to grow up, Hilary - so I'm not going to bother.
Bummer, I'm past that...
There must be a word for what you are now, Alex. I'll look it up.
and such a sweet quadragenarian :)
I'm nearer to being a sexagenarian, which does sound like fun ;-)
An ugly word for a very attractive woman, if I may say.
You may, Frances - you certainly may.
It isn't possible!
You surprised I made it this far, Oscar?
I call that the good ol' days - now that I'm a sexagenarian
I'd better make the most of them then, Neil.
Not me then!
Sorry if I posted this a little too late, Maggie.
I can't even begin to pronounce quadragenarian.
I can, but I have to do it slowly.
Oh, to be young again!
You could start your econd childhood incredibly early, Rosemary.
Not me sadly.
No? I thought we were the same age. I must have made that up.
I wasn't aware of that, Patsy, and I'm definitely past that stage!
I was a long way through before I realised there was a term for it, Rosemary.
I too have passed that stage. My mother's doctor used to say that age is biological not chronological!
I like to think it's emotional, Linda. That way I can stay young.
Thanks so much for commenting!