In your fifties and not too old to rock'n roll

To follow up on a couple of previous posts reflecting on passing the mid-century bar, I was thinking to myself that it feels like not too old to rock' n roll and definitely too young to die.
I think I do not speak just for myself when I say that people in their 50's are not ready to move to a gated community and spend most of their time on the golf course.
Our brains are stimulated by culture, entrepreneurship, technology.
We feel that we are living exciting times and want to live life fully.
We run marathons, ride our bikes, scuba dive and ski and we also travel, cook, eat, enjoy wine.

A personal musing...

Related boomers pieces: Over 50 and you will not find me... and Everybody's Happy Nowadays

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