“You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.”
(image by Natalie~Personal Trainer~NAPS 2 B Fit)
Not true in my world. I can and do teach the older generation new tricks; both human and animal.
First, what do you consider to be an old dog? Second, what do you consider to be a new trick?
Maybe the older the dog, the more the dog has learned and there are no more new tricks to learn. Hmmm.
All it takes is patience and perseverance with the right cues, communication and understanding to learn a new trick. That’s all, time and practice.
Time could be one day, one week, one month, one year or more; that is just fine.
Practice until you get it, practice some more, continue practicing until it becomes second nature to you. Then practice some more and you will be a pro.
The same holds true for all of us. Just keep up with what you have learned to maintain what you have accomplished. Believe it or not, I need to do the same thing with my own customized health and wellness program.
By the way, I like my white hair. I also like the gray and white hair on you and our pets.
Best of health to you and goodbye.