The 80-year old neighbour lady was talking to her grocer. "Ohh, man!"
What's wrong, Madam?"he asks.
"I was thinking about myself this morning and I couldn't believe just how things have got worse now that I'm a senior citizen. I'm living with osteoporosis and my kidneys are so bad that I have to have regular dialysis. I have a terrible circulation in my feet and can't feel my toes. I've survived a triple-heart bypass operation and had both my hips replaced. I'm losing the sight in my right eye and my hearing is terrible. I've got a new left knee and the other one is deteriorating..................."
"And thats not all. I'm also sure I'm suffering from senile dementia - I can't remeber whether I'm 73 or 79."
"But I continue to survive-at a price! As a result of the 50 daily medications I live from day to day, I suffer from diarrhea, wind, and dizziness, and sometimes even blackouts. But, my dear man, thank God, I still have my driving license."