by Authentic Intimacy®


#278: Aging with Enthusiam & Grace

Tomorrow isn't promised to any of us. How can we be grateful, joyful, and love others well whatever season we're in? Today Juli & friends talk about how our perspectives change with age, the benefits of being "the older woman" and how to grieve the losses that come with aging. There's lots of laughter at the coffee shop today as Juli turns 50!

Guests: Linda Dillow & Yvette Maher




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  • Christine Young

    Christine Young

    I could not get your podcast yesterday which I think it was so appropriate for seeing it was my 67th birthday (I am going to be 67 for 2 years because to many 6s make me nervous. My son just rolls his eyes & tells me it's not going to work & my husband tells me I am going to make him confused by the end of the year. We are now the same age which we have never been before.) Looking back 50 was my favorite birthday. I had our son after 16 years of marriage, I was 37 so birthdays before that were very painful. But at 50 I was teaching in a Christian school & volunteered for hall duty, a job nobody wanted so I got it. I borrowed my mother-in-laws cane & waved it at the kids calling them whipper-snappers. They talked about it all year. I had 3 girls in my class & had arranged with their parents to take them out for lunch wit my husband, son, sister-in-law, her 3 girls, & my mother & father-in-law. One of my students mad it her job to inform the waitress that it was my birthday & how old I was. All year when we had visitors to our class she felt that she needed to inform them of my age. 😁 I loved it. Happy 50th Juli!
  • Jacci Roberts

    Jacci Roberts

    Happy Birthday, Christine!




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