There was just lipstick and powder. I love to mix my make-up and browse the beauty shops that young people go to. I hate feeling forced to be old-lady like. A year ago, my granddaughter started to worry about me getting dementia because most of my older friends had started to.
‘I chased an older woman for a long time and we got married – but now she’s 70’
She was sophisticated, stunningly beautiful and seemed beyond my reach. She was also 18 years older than me, but then it did not seem to be a problem. I chased her for a long time and, as I was lucky enough to make a lot of money, I was able to treat her to all kinds of luxuries. She was very wary at the time, saying that the age difference was too much and she was worried that she would regret it later.
70-year-old hasn’t eaten sugar for 28 years, looks incredible
Not your original work? Add source Do you think that life ends at fifty and the fun is over? Do you think that after retirement there are only knitting and soap operas left?
And while I used to think of their age as something to be feared—something scary that could only represent sadness, or more morbidly, accelerated tragedy down the line, I've since learned to celebrate and appreciate it. Both my mom and dad overflow with richness—constant curiosity, eerily on-point perceptiveness, and a non-relenting thirst for life, which, I'm convinced, is why they look and act half their age—especially my mom. Sorry, Dad.