Photos taken in and around West Phoenix, AZ
I do my best to avoid wrinkles because I already have too many.
it is the sign of a life well lived...if i ever take on the color of that prune though do roll me over so i can get equal tan on my back. smiles. happy tt!
Too funny--perfect for wrinkles--I am laughing at this post---oops 'gotta go'!!! hahahahaha!!! MB
Wrinkles: a sign of being well alive and rich from working & or laughing experiences...
Truer words were never spoken...written. Great TT post.
I'll go along with that! cheers.
I'm glad to see that those were happy plums.
I was talking with my dad's mother the other day about this very subject... She mentioned that she didn't like having wrinkles because they made her look older. I responded with this, "Grandma, wrinkles aren't something to be ashamed of. When I get older, I'm not going to get any fancy 'face-lifts' or 'nip-tucks'- I'm going to wear my wrinkles proudly! They're a symbol of experience, of wisdom. Why throw that glory away for smooth, unexperienced skin? And plus, they're a great excuse for not going out!" haha, love your wrinkles, ladies and gents!Love-Nikki (magpie jr.)
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