I'm 44, will be 45 next summer and i feel the same way i did when i was 20. Mentally, im still 20.lol. I think the fact that i had my children young(20) has helped, as we've grown up together and we're very close. People are always shocked by my age as my oldest is 23 (24 nxt yr) and assume we're sisters. Its nice and it does make me feel good. We should celebrate being over 40, beautiful, healthy and happy.
I'm 47 (soon to be 48) and I'm better now than I was when I was younger (late 20s and 30s). I say that because of experience. Kids are grown, I'm active, healthy, and ready for the rest of my life. When people hear of my experiences they wonder how I can still smile, let alone do anything else. (I had a condition that caused me to have several mini strokes). One thing I learned is to laugh at myself, love myself, and live. To all my 40+ sisters .... We Rock!
Hello.I'm over 40 but,alot of people say i don't look it as i was even asked ID in a little store i went to it's just too funny.As i think we get more beautiful not just on the outside but,the inside as well as i see things that right man will come into our lives and see what a gem he really has.
47, feel like in my twenties but my eyes betray the wisdom of my years...I think that is the only downside of aging- not easy to fool, we know who we are, what we want or don't want, we are confortable in our own skin!
Isn't it grand?
How about nearly 65...will be in October! This photo was taken new year's eve bringing in 2012! I know I'm not that beautiful, but I love my life and love my work. I have wonderful precious friends and am enjoying just being ME!
My son is 21 and he told me that his generation see's 50 as the new 30, because what 30 yo were willing to admit and talk about openly when we were 21 is what the fifty yo people accept as normal. LOL
Wonder what he is wanting me to buy him now?
LOL just kidding... He was looking at photo albums and said people that were 50 20 years ago LOOKED 50 and today people who are 50 just want to have fun. LOL
Take that Joan Cleaver