Attitude, by Larry Sceurman

The other day, I was at a gathering of old friends. You might say folks of the same spirits. Most of the men and women there were older than sixty-five. I would say seventy plus was the majority. When I walked into the room, the first person I noticed was Old Kenny. I haven’t seenContinue reading “Attitude, by Larry Sceurman”

“Old Lady Bruises”

An essay about aging by Rachel ThompsonYou’ve seen them— old man or old lady—they’re everywhere. Molded from common cast. Their forearms look as if they’ve reached into the jaws of death. But, perhaps, they had only reached for a can of tuna. You wonder if it’s cancer or medication, or another sign of death’s encroachingContinue reading ““Old Lady Bruises””