Okay, so something happened to me over the weekend and apparently I did something that means that I am "old." I was visiting with my niece (we're both fully vaxed) and something happened and she needed to pick something up at a friend's house. It was a house she had never been to before, but when she mentioned where it was, I said I knew how to get there, so why didn't I drive and that way we could spend more time together. So we're in the car, talking and singing and laughing having a grand old time. We're listening to the radio and belting out songs. Then we got close to the neighborhood where her friend lived. Naturally, I didn't know exactly where she lived so I had to start looking for the house, so I say to my niece "Hey it's time to turn down the radio?" And she says why? And I of course replied..."I need you to turn down the radio so I can see better." Yep those words actually came out of my mouth. My niece started laughing harder than I've heard her laugh in a year, and she told me I had officially crossed the line into the definition of "old" I get it. I know what she means, but I don't think that one action should define me. After all, I still go to Disney on vacation, I have a Disney room in my home, I get down on the floor and play with her kids and give them piggy back rides (pre-covid and now that we're vaxed). So I needed to "turn down the radio so I could see better" Sure it sounds like it makes no sense, but you know it does. I'm rationalizing I know. I just want to know if you've ever done this? I can't be alone in it, right? Help me out and let me know if you've ever turned down the music so you could see better.