In 1988, President Reagan created National Senior Citizen Day to be celebrated every August 21. It’s a day to honor our older friends and listen to their friends. Although many people say senior citizens are those aged 65 and up, for your own health, I wouldn’t assume anybody is a senior citizen unless they tell you. Maybe today is one of those days to celebrate without ever letting the people you’re celebrating know what the day is called!
“Gray hair is a crown of splendor;
it is attained by a righteous life.”