My second fear was that I'd suffer a 54-year-old's senior moment, and forget how to call my three plays.
One unique aspect of receSs is its senior moments.
So how can we separate a harmless "senior moment" from a more serious problem like Alzheimer's disease?
On the other hand, there are some senior moments to be avoided at all costs.
Behind all the good-natured joking about "senior moments" lies real frustration and fear.
This may be simply a senior moment, a recall of my own on-the-job training in the mid-60s.
Like most seniors I get confused once in awhile and pass it off as senior moment.
There are phrases like "senior moment" to describe a memory lapse.
At 40, you may begin to worry about having "senior moments" or approaching menopause.
Bad time to have a senior moment!