Another huge milestone in my life has one again occurred while working here at B105. I discovered my first gray hair. I was washing my hands in the bathroom in between songs when I looked up and saw it sticking out of my beard.
THAT is how I remember Burt Reynolds. Svelte, sexy, debonair, composed and yummy. Smokey and the Bandit is an all time favorite movie. He and Sally Fields had great chemistry. Last night while watching Fast N' Loud I saw Burt as he is now and I was shocked!
I'm turning 30 in less than a month. Just typing that makes my heart skip a beat. I don't know what the big deal is about 30, but I guess it's because I can't refer to myself as a kid anymore. However, it's nice that I can relate to just about all of these things brought up in this funny video.
The internet is full of lists, and why not? They're easy to read... they don't take any time commitment to gloss over, and people like them. I've found many lists on the web or social media like "You know you're a 70's baby when...", "You grew up in the 90's if..." etc. Most of them are pretty pointless and stupid. However, today I found a list on Buzzfeed that described
Pfizer recently did a survey that would shake hopefully shake things up and have people talking about aging. They asked questions about aging to a wide rang of people. Perhaps one of the most surprising results was older Americans were more afraid of living in pain or losing independence than dying. Only 7% listed dying as the biggest fear, compared to 64% for living with pain/suffering. What