Too Old to Rock 'n' Roll, Too Young to Die
I know very well that I'm getting older—you don't have to tell me
Sunday at the Buffet With My Father
The food was wonderful and the service was stellar, so why was everyone complaining?
Tea and Cake at the Death Cafe
Death is the last taboo in our society, so who better to discuss it with than a roomful of total strangers
Keep On Truckin'
We will march with enthusiasm because, in the end, doing something is so much better than doing nothing
Where Does the Time Go?
I didn't feel my age until I read the news that an old lover from college had died
The Scary Question That Keeps Me Up at Night
My wife and I might require long-term health care down the road. How the hell will we afford it?
Home at Last
My 50th high school reunion proved that none of us have left the past behind—least of all me
Comfortable in My Own Skin
The last time I posed nude for a photographer, I was 21 and nervous. Now, I'm terrified.
It's not easy to say goodbye to the things I've clung to for so many years, but it's time–and I'm starting with high heels
We Cordially Invite You to Be the Old People at the Wedding
We may not have been drunk and dancing and yelling, but we were glad to be there, together
50 Years of Screwing Up
A look at the huge mistakes I made in each decade of my life, and why I'm glad I made them
Still Carded After All These Years
I'm 62—almost three times the legal drinking age—yet bouncers often insist on seeing ID