It boggles my mind that I drew a breath before man walked on the moon. Before VCRs, computer games, and cell phones.
I remember thinking about changes my grandparents and parents saw. Then consider the rapid technological leaps & bounds I've seen.
As I type this I'm looking at a brilliant full colour screen, sitting in a milled piece of aluminum on my lap. Magnitudes more computing power than put those men on the moon at my fingers.
I live and work, not only in another country, but a different continent.
I've outlived family, and friends.
I have a family of my own whom I love.
I am loved.
Here's to whatever I have left.