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Are you content with aging?  Have you made any changes or choices regarding the process or are you letting Mother Nature just do her thing?




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      Marya1961 wrote May 29, 2013
    • I have been thinking about this lately, and honestly, I am more than happy to age gracefully.  I don’t want Botox, implants, laser work or anything that will alter my body in a false way.  God gave me this body with all the imperfections and pain from time to time, but I wouldn’t change a thing..even growing my hair out so I can wear it in a low bun, it looks lovely on an older woman. I really like myself.estatic

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      Yana Berlin wrote May 29, 2013
    • I think it’s beautiful to age gracefully. Sure we all want that perfect body, perfect complexion and younger skin, but as we age gravity takes it’s toll, wrinkles are the proof of our wisdom and nothing to be ashamed off.

      Let’s face it, who would you rather look like:

      Diane Keaton  

      Or Joan Rivers?

      To be fair, both of the above pics are of them at the same age.

      Now let’s see what happened with Joan Rivers as another ten years passed:

      She can’t help herself now......




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      Tuliplady wrote May 29, 2013
    • I’m content with whatever mother nature dishes out.




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      Diane17 wrote May 30, 2013
    • I’m just letting Mother Nature do her own thing.  My mom who was in her mid 70s and had MS didn’t many wrinkles on her face and I hope I am as lucky as she was in aging.




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      Marya1961 wrote May 31, 2013
    • Absolutely Diane Keaton, she is savvy!  Joan Rivers scares me.




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