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Re: calendar/ Aging

Hmmm.....to each their own, more power to you Pam.....but what is wrong with 
a little bit of what you said??  My mom, not going to give her age...but 
suffice it to say she would definitely be the oldest member of this group by 
a few years.........she doesn't believe in cosmetic surgery, would not even 
consider a face lift....but she still washes the gray out of her hair, still 
goes with the fashions  (not fads), exercises by swimming and dancing, 
maintains her continual size 8.  She doesn't look, act, or feel her real 
age... is enjoying life to it's fullest by keeping busy volunteering, 
gardening, socializing, etc.   My mom has never been vain, nor is she the 
type that has tried to hide the fact that she is aging. She's just always had 
a certain style and maintains that into her golden years.  I for one, see 
nothing wrong with that either.  

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 12/12/2002 7:56:40 PM Central Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@gbronline.com writes:

> Jim dear - I was kidding (mostly) and ask Jesse, I don't dye, perm, curl or 
> even blow dry my locks.  Slat 'n' pepper's good enough for me.  I didn't 
> even wear make up until I was 42, and that was Jesse's influence as well.  
> I have no problem w/ the mature animal as you put it.  And I pay NO 
> attention to Madison Ave, fads, fashions or any of it.  I have jeans and 
> loafers older than some of my coworkers.  I'd still be wearing my John 
> Lennon glasses if I hadn't had to go to bifocals!  I've never bought an 
> issue of Cosmo, Glamour or any of that type nonsense.  I'll take real any 
> day of the week - believe it.
> :-D 

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