Friday, 5 September 2014

Ageing

Yesterday I received a letter inviting me for breast screening. Jings, crivens and help my boab (the husband and I have given up swearing, it's going quite well but I did slip when I had my legs waxed)  Had I  turned 50 but was too busy to notice?. Apparently not, they are extending the screening age to 47. I'm pleased about that, I expect the excitement of being able to go on Saga holidays and breast screening would have been way too much for me in the same year.

8 comments:

Ms Scarlet said...

In not so many years I will be able to buy a bungalow in exclusive retirement village... they have a very low age limit these days!
So much to look forward to...
Sx

K Ville said...

What's the acceptable lower limit for jumping post office queues and walking slowly in the middle of pavements and supermarket aisles?

As Ms Scarlet says, so much to look forward to....that and death obviously.

Mrs Worthington said...

Apparently a woman officially starts to feel old are 46. Crivens to that

London City (Mum) said...

If it's any consolation, you are already a 'veteran' in rowing at the ripe old age of 27.

LCM x

Trish Burgess said...

I know how you feel....old. Not sure I really like it. Am going to start counting birthdays backwards from now on

libby said...

How's the 'decent language only' going?
I aspire to behave in that way...but
F--k me sometimes its hard! xxx

Iota said...

In America, they screen from 40. Make sure you go!

We have cheap house contents insurance because Husband is over 50. That might just have you exploding with excitement if you added it into the mix. You'd probably get so excited that you'd forget to go and get your wheelie bin in for a good couple of hours after it had been emptied.

Looking for Blue Sky said...

Hope it turned out okay xx