A weekly feature for Lumby, Cherryville, and area seniors. For more information about any of the following please contact Colleen or Jenny at (250) 547-8866 Whitevalley Community Resource Centre Office (250) 547-8866, Saddle Mountain Drop In (778) 930-0509. Funding support provided by Interior Health, the Province of British Columbia (Community Gaming), United Way Southern Interior and United Way Lower Mainland.
- Kidnappers are not very interested in you.
- In a hostage situation, you’re likely to be released first.
- No one expects you to run – anywhere.
- When people call you at 8 p.m., they ask “Did I wake you?”
- People no longer view you as a hypochondriac.
- There is nothing left to learn the hard way.
- Things that you buy now, won’t wear out.
- You can eat supper at 4 p.m.
- You can live without romance but not your glasses.
- Your supply of brain cells is down to a manageable size.
Senior Life Before the Computer
- Memory was just something that you lost with age.
- An application was for employment.
- A program was a television show.
- A cursor was someone using profanity.
- A keyboard was found on the piano.
- The web was a spider’s house.
- A virus was the flu.