I'll let you in on a dirty little secret. (Like you didn't know enough about me already.) I'm computer illiterate. I'm also stick-shift illiterate. (Why must some cars have stick shifts in the first place? Isn't it enough that I remember to put the car in drive and press the pedal?) In fact, I'm a whole-bunch-of things-illiterate.
As far as computers go, I'm trying to catch up. I turn to my husband (who is not always a Wretch), my children, my grandchildren for help with computer calamities. About the stick-shift, I've decided to let that go. After all, I can't do everything! I'm still workng to learn other things (indexing for our church's genealogy site is one) and I'm learning to let some things go
So what is my point here? By the time a woman reaches menopause, she's had to make some choices. (Really, lots of choices.) She's had to decide what's important and what's not. As you can tell from previous posts, being a hoity-toity kind of lady is not important to me. However, being a good friend is important. And to that end, I'm still working.
Gem for the day: be your own kind of woman, whatever your age. If driving a stick-shift is important, then go for it. If not, tell that shift where to stick it.