Monologue for a woman 60s to 80s by Daniel Guyton.
I liked this one. Sylvia has a clear want - to live fully and embrace life. Age is a mindset and she’s hoping to date the age she feels: 27! Everything expository about her in this monologue is deftly tethered to Sylvia’s objective of shaking Ethel out of her despair at losing her husband and back into life with her. So we have the layer of what Sylvia wants for herself along with the present action of the monologue: working to affect a change in Ethel.
Find it on page 75 of “222 More Comedy Monologues 2 Minutes & Under”