Posted by: Admin | August 3, 2010

THOUGHTS ON TURNING 50

PostSecret is “an ongoing community art project where people
mail in their secrets anonymously on one side of a postcard.”

It features comments both shocking and sad, sometimes distasteful, more often uplifting, almost always thought-provoking. I log on to the blog most Sundays to see the latest posts and some stay in my mind and haunt me. One in particular that springs to mind said :”I wonder what kind of man I would have become without drugs?” Take  a look and see for youself.

This contribution to the “PostSecret” website made me smile:

 

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Responses

  1. I wouldn’t mind being 50.

    • What would you do if you were?


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