They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. Read another way, the more mature you are, the harder it is to learn something new. Now, that sentiment might have been true a few decades back, when retirement meant little more than advanced resting and recreation. But tell this to the sexa-, septua -, and octogenarian who go out each day and make a difference.
A Lot Of People Love Knitting
Once You Get Started, It’s Hard To Stop
We’re not saying that every 86-year-old is out there doing something amazing. Some are working, others are taking their last time on the planet to prepare their grandkids for the future. And then there is someone like Ed Moseley. Interesting in picking up a new hobby, he started knitting. Yes, you read that right. Knitting. It all has to do with where he lives.
Ed Moseley Is 86-Years-Old
As a member of an assisted living facility in Georgia, he often participates in group activities. So when he learned what the ladies were doing with all that yarn and those two confusing needles, it was time to see how he could help. When he discovered the cause, he was a simple set of pearls away from being part of the pack.
He Taught Himself To Knit
The End Result? Something Special