Yes, I am aging.
I understand that and I embrace it.
I have no problem with the ordinary operation of the Universe, but it doesn’t mean it still can’t surprise me.
I realize I have now aged out of the nostalgic demographic.
Allow me to explain.
The first few lines from this story of the February 13, 2011 edition of the Technology & Innovation section of The Washington Post goes like this…
The Oregon Trail video game was a staple for students in the ’80s and ’90s. They spent hours traveling West while trying not to contract dysentery.
During my school years, I never played the line of Oregon Trail video games. It was after my time.
A version of the game is being launched on Facebook and it is being advertised to those people who want to remember their school days of old.
I am not one of those.
I am now too old for nostalgia.