Kimberly Meadows provides housing for elderly people in Nelsonville, Ohio who can no longer live in home of their own. Most consider this to be the last place they will live.
I don’t want to get old, I want to stay young. And I’m getting older whether I want to or not. I had a mother, a dad and a brother. But they’ve all passed away. I’ve never been married. And I’ve never had any children. Everybody tells me I’m smart, but I’m not. I could have I suppose, I just fooled around too long. I’m too old now. It would have been nice to have a couple kids. I love little kids. About the ages of three, oh they’re so sweet… I don’t know. I’d like to move out of here and have a home of my own. You know, just be happy. Have a lot of company and all of that good stuff. That’s what I want for the future. Well at times it just flies. And other times it drags. I guess when I’m not feeling well. But the other morning, I got up early. Before eight. Around seven thirty. And it seems like the day was gone before I got turned around. I don’t want to get old. I don’t want to die, I just don’t want to get old. Yes I’ve thought about it and I don’t like the idea too well. I wonder what happens. That’s what I wonder, what’s going to happen after I’m gone. You know what I mean. Getting old ain’t fun.
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