Mid-Life is When . . .
Mid-life is when:
You know all the answers--but nobody asks you the questions.
You are too tired to work--but too broke to quit.
Your work is less fun--and your fun is more work.
Your narrow waist and your broad mind change places.
You have more hair growing in your ears than on your head.
You read the obituary page every day to see if anyone your age has died.
(Kent Crockett, The 911 Handbook,
How Mid-Life LooksSomeone has said that youth looks forward, old age looks backward, and middle age looks worried. (Kent Crockett, The 911 Handbook,