You know you’re getting old when…
… when you’re on the ground, you have to roll over to get on your knees and hands to get up… it also helps to have a table close.
… when you find out you’re two inches shorter.
… when the hair in your ears grows faster and thicker than the hair on your head.
… when your wife keeps telling you to turn the TV volume down.
… when your eye doctor says, “Don’t worry. It’s just a part of getting older.”
… when the cashier automatically gives you the senior discount.
… when you can remember watching Howdy Doody, Ed Sullivan, The Dinah Shore Chevy Show, Burns and Allen, Jack Benny, Tom Terrific, Milton Berle, etc., etc., on your small black and white TV. And, broadcasting went off for the night about 10 PM with the playing of the National Anthem.
… you’re really old if you listened to the Lone Ranger, Gene Autry and Roy Rogers on a Zenith Console Radio on Saturday mornings.
… finally, you’re really old if your families refrigerator was cooled by an ice block that your father got from the local ice house.
Still, the best thing for an old Christian is the knowledge that you’re one day closer to going home to be with Jesus.