International Day of Older Persons 2020 is on Thursday, October 1, 2020: R&P: Today Is International Day of Older Persons, Songs To Dedicate To Old People?
Thursday, October 1, 2020 is International Day of Older Persons 2020. The International Day of Older Persons is observed on October 1 each year.
The International Day of Older Persons is observed on October 1 each year.
That's great, I think I'll celebrate!
I noticed on the Stone's Stripped album Mick Jagger changes the lyric of "she looked about 30" to "she looked about 50" on the Spider and The Fly. I don't think time is on his side anymore.
I've always liked Landslide by Stevie Nicks.
a few country songs, if you don't mind.
Old Five and Dimers - Waylon Jennings
Yesterday's Wine - Willie Nelson
Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes – George Jones
BA: No, I think they just care less about what people think and do what they like. It’s one of the perks of getting older and also of having a successful career behind them.
B2: Lightnin’ Hopkins
B3: Those little punks!! They think they're so cool ;)
B4: I can’t think of one right now, I really don’t watch all that many.
Whos the oldest living person?
This is a list of the verified oldest people in world in ordinal rank, such as oldest person or oldest man. A supercentenarian is considered 'verified' if his or her claim has been validated by an international body that specifically deals in longevity research, such as the Gerontology Research Group and Guinness World Records. The longest unambiguously documented lifespan is that of Jeanne Calment of France (1875–1997), who died at age 122 years and 164 days. She met Vincent van Gogh at age 12 or 13. This led to her being noticed by the media in 1985, at age 110. Subsequent investigation found that her life was documented in the records of her native city of Arles beyond reasonable question. More evidence for the Calment case has been produced than for any other supercentenarian case, which makes her case a standard among the oldest people recordholders. This is contrasted with the now-disputed claim of age 120 for the oldest man ever, Shigechiyo Izumi. While this case is still recognized by Guinness World Records, the Japanese authorities have hinted that his age was not certain. The oldest undisputed male is Christian Mortensen, who lived to be 115 years and 252 days.
Since the death of Kama Chinen on 2 May 2010, the oldest documented living person is 114 year old Eugénie Blanchard of Saint Barthélemy, France, who was born on 16 February 1896. The oldest living man since the death of Henry Allingham on 18 July 2009 is 113-year-old Walter Breuning, of the United States, who was born on 21 September 1896.
16 year old traveling? ?
I'm not.. sure, what the other person was talking about,
Make sure she takes enough cash with her, germany isn't super expensive so $200 a week would be fine if she already has a free place to stay.
it's also a bad idea to walk around here with lots of cash, instead maybe let her take an international debit card with her so it's still somewhat secure, and if you want you could limit how much she can take from it, which can be arranged with your local bank.
Would be great if she already had a map of Germany so it's easier to talk with Germans (some don't know english at all) and ask for directions that way.
I wouldn't suggest her to go outside of the Amsterdam Airport while she's waiting for the connecting flight since sometimes people get to the gate too late and they miss their flight.
But there's souvenirshops she can visit inside the airport so she can buy something nice from Amsterdam if she wishes.
hmm furthermore while in the plane, jetlags can be avoided by trying to sleep a little earlier (about 2-3 hours) a few days before the flight, so it wouldn't be a sudden 6 hour change in time but more of a smoother way for her to adjust to our time.
that way she can enjoy her stay more the first few days in Europe.
also chewing gum during liftoff would be good against the ears popping.
Make sure she can connect her family at any time during her stay there, don't let her go without a mobile phone, and she should have the Germany contact adress and number written (or typed) down in two places so if she loses one she still has another in a different place.
hmm.. that's pretty much all the tips I can give you, I hope this helped. :)