One of the pleasures of getting older and making a living the way you want to is that your social circle becomes rarified, and the people who enter have been vetted.
I wore black until I was twenty-five, like many young people. Everybody did. It was crazy! But now, getting older, I think color does me good.
I don't want to know I'm getting older. Then I'll start to think about getting checkups and insurance. I don't want that.
When I'm done with something, I'm done. I don't go back and listen to and pine for my old albums, or the Lollapalooza days, or 'Psalm 69' selling millions of records. Maybe I'm really just getting old and mellow.
I highly recommend getting older! There's less tendency to people-please.
This getting old is something. I think I envy my dog, because my dog is sixteen, and she's limping, and she's still living, but she doesn't look at me like she knows. She's not thinking what I'm thinking. It's a cruel trick that we all know the ending.
Getting older is hard.
I think that's what makes life interesting - the evolution of getting older, and it's kinda fascinating to me, the whole process.
I feel like old age in America is a very sad thing. I have been many different places around the world where getting older is something you look forward to.
The thing about getting older is the injuries. You just get injured more often. You take time off, you come back, you get injured again and you never get in shape.