Sunday, November 23, 2008

Why I will be flexible even if I am old

We all become less flexible as we age.

I will be more flexible than most.

How can I boast that?

It is a small benefit of parenting some very inflexible children. In middle-age my wife and I have been given a graduate level extended boot camp style program in enhanced flexibility.

Our natural bounds have been shattered.

Assuming a normal decay curve from our artificially elevated heights, we may expect a twenty year flexibility bonus.

It's good to have something to offset the accelerated aging associated with parenting special needs children.

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