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Something to say

I find it quite difficult to write or blog with any consistency. So when the WordPress AI prompted me to be reminded once a week I checked “ok.” And today is one week since my last post. I have no idea what I’ll write about until I start writing. Ideas pop into my head periodically throughout the day, maybe they’re reminders that I should stop whatever it is I’m doing and write.

Lately it’s been mortality. I’m guessing that’s just what happens when you arrive at a certain point in time, somewhere around age 65 or so. I suspect it’s all part of this thing called “the aging process.” Most of us can’t know when the process will reach its end, only when it begins – at birth. I guess I understand the process for the most part, it’s actually pretty simple: the process of living. It’s the end of my aging process that is very mysterious. A mystery that cannot be known until my process is over, or starts again.

By TC Conner

Pro hobbyist photographer, drone enthusiast, musician, husband and father.

2 replies on “Something to say”

I have been thinking a lot about mortality too, even though I haven’t reached 65 yet. It’s a topic that pops up from time to time, and besides my own mortality, I also think about the mortality of my loved ones and feel sad for a while. Anyway, thanks for this post!

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