Today I turned 48
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You know this year I'll turn 64. I'm counting the time when I'll be 65 for then I'll have a bus pass for 2 years that's only $35. Now I pay for bus fares $70 a month. I use more than $100 for bus fares so it's worth it, but comparatively speaking at age 65 is much better bus fare! I got my Senior Discount at Don Quiote on Tuesdays, discount at Ross Dept. Stores on Tues. too and my Foodland Supermarket Thurs. Senior Discount. When I turned 50, the big 5 0, I was quite proud of myself. Then 60 rolled around and I started thinking of my Social Security benefits and got busy with it. Now I'm heading for 65, I started wondering about, aside of my bus fare discount, Medicare. Medicare is automatic if you're receiving Social Security benefits. The end of life journey, not that I'm dying, but I'd like to be prepared and would like to plan it all, so I'll have exactly what I want when I die and after I die. See all the things you can look forward to? Enjoy your youth, for before too long you'll be a Senior Citizen too. Then you'll have a brand new friend you'll see every 6 months, your doctor. We all went through what you are going through. No, I didn't make my bucket list, yet.