Asked by thymeformom
Hi … you are speaking to the choir here. I am a late bloomer in almost everything but (1) I married my first husband when I was only 19 and (2) I was only 21 when I had my first child. I went back to college at 50 and did a study abroad at the Sorbonne when I was 51. I know what you mean about doing things backwards, but the important thing to know is that you are, in fact, “doing” rather than “observing.” So kudos to you Thymeformom! I’m looking into classes myself. I hope you have a great time and keep us posted with your progress. One of my friends has a Rosh Hashanah dinner every year and they always ask a question meant to keep you thinking the rest of the year. My favorite was “If you could free yourself from a fear of failure, what would you be doing today that you are holding back from at least trying?” That question was posed 15 years ago and every year my answer changes. But look at us on Tumblr, putting our talents on display in a very public arena … how wonderful is that? Wonderful and brave. Jane
Asked by sebohannon
Hi Sarah … I forgot to check my messages so sorry for the delay in responding … sometimes I feel like there should be a 12-step program for iPad addiction (which, by the way, replaced my knitting addiction. I’ve told my friends that I haven’t had this much fun since I discovered that Walgreens has a senior day once a month. Have fun!