Bert wrote:I'll let you do the math. I'm from '63.
(It is easier to remember the year of my birth than my age. My age changes every year.)
bingley wrote:46. For a while reading through this thread I thought I was going to be the oldest, but Skylax and Carola beat me.
vinobrien wrote:I now have the courage to admit to being 46, but I was born at an early age. Time hath my golden locks to silver turn'd.
Emma_85 wrote:They start learning Greek at age 14 at my school now, it was 15. Not sure that'll do the language any good, though. I think more people will take French instead of Greek now, although two years below me just as many choose to do Greek as did French (you must either learn French or Greek).
Milito wrote:I am another (relatively) ancient 37....
(The only flakily-present these days.......)
Kilmeny! It's so good to see you here again! Are you real? I'd pinch you or shake you if I could just to make sure.
I hope all is will with you. Which part of the world are you living in now?
Keesa wrote:A quick post for my sister, who is still studying Latin (although not as often as I'd like her to!) but is too busy to post...she's just turning seventeen this December.
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