there has been a lot of chat recently about

lines and wrinkles so, when I saw this, I thought of you all. . .

8 comments:

Dave said...

My wrinkles, clearly, are laughter-lines.

Mel said...

*sigh* If I gained a few pounds, maybe....

OHmygosh...I don't believe I'm sayin' that. More than that, I don't believe that's true! *sigh*

It's true.
Oy sheeeeesh is it true....

Christopher said...

I don't believe you have any at all.

zIggI said...

Nope - they just make you look old :(

Not you, obviously, I didn't notice any wrinkles on you, I mean one in general (that'll be me) I hate them, they don't look like a life well spent they just look like one's skin is too big and they are horrible.

dinahmow said...

Well I agree with Ziggi that they make us look as if we got dressed in a hurry and put on the wrong skin, but I've had mine for so long it's too late to worry.I focus on being healthy rather than pretty. My tip? Dump the mirrors!

And go and look at something pretty, like this

http://www.book-by-its-cover.com/design/print-pattern

Mel said...

Mama don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys.....lalalalala

I'd rather sing, ty....
Don't let 'em pick guitars and drive them old trucks--let 'em be doctors and lawyers and such...lalalalala

mig said...

It's nice of you to say I'm more interesting :)

I, Like The View said...

I didn't mean that I suspected any of you actually had wrinkles. . .

. . .or didn't like them if you did!

I'd like to say that I embrace my age, and the wisdom it's brought me, but I don't like the bags under my eyes or my sagging eyelids

however it's all part of the package and life's rich tapestry. . .

. . .in which the weave gets stronger, the colours more vibrant even if the edges are somewhat frayed!

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