Habits of Old Folks (Part 2)

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We make a valiant effort to pick up where we left off in the last episode discussing the strange habits of old folks. Not surprisingly, the old codgers quickly meander into the weeds and ramble on about aging and generational differences.

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7 comments on “Habits of Old Folks (Part 2)

  1. Marjorie says:

    Hey my younger old friends. Enjoyed your comments. I keep my reminders on my phone also. Although older than you, I try to keep my mind challenged ( studying a new language and working crosswords). I don’t feel old until, I look in the mirror . Thanks for sharing.

    1. Bruce Drolen says:

      Enjoyed it guys! I’m with the notes on paper. Much more satisfying to crumple and toss out a to do item than just hitting delete. Closure is nice … Keep it up!

    2. Thanks for the kind words, Marjorie! We had a lot of fun poking fun at our “old folks” habits. We also don’t feel old until we look in a mirror!

  2. Elizabeth says:

    Really enjoyed your light-hearted banter!
    Keep going, Guys!

    1. Thanks for your comment, Bee! We will try to keep our podcasts fun, even when talking about more serious topics. Please tell your friends about Camp Codger!

  3. Jimmy Kloczko says:

    Hi guys,

    I have just listened to three of your podcasts. I can’t believe how many of my buttons you have pushed. Rather than go on about all of the things that you said, I will just say that I am thrilled that somebody is thinking about and experiencing all of the things that I am. I can’t wait for your next broadcast. Thank you for taking the time (as if we have so much left) to help us all feel better about getting older. I’m not getting older, I’m getting better!

    Jimmy Kloczko

    1. Gary Ebersole says:

      Thanks, Jimmy. You’re right–we are getting better!

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