Some things always change, some things remain the same.
Hubby always had whiskers to shave, Now I have some I tweeze away.
Our brows were bushy now mine are thin, My eyebrow pencil fills them in
We're not as tall as we use to be, 'cause the inches slipped to our waists, you see.
Shoe sizes are bigger. What's up with that?
Who knew our feet would end up fat?
There's more creaking than doors and floors, If not our backs, our knees for sure.
Prescription glasses all around. No clear vision to be found.
Don't sleep as well as we use to do. Strength won't last the whole day through.
Yes, some things sure did change; but some things still remain the same.
We're still together me and my man, after forty years we still dream and plan.
Through the death of loved ones, illness and pain, we would choose to live this life again.
With kids and grand kids this life we treasure, joys and triumphs we cannot measure.
Gifts and talents our God has given, No better than this the life we're livin'!
"Count your Blessings, See what God has Done!"