Is it happening more and more that you are standing in line at the grocery store or at a burrito place and you just get a general sense of the people around you, only to find that someone you thought to be a girl of 20 or so whips around and her face has more wrinkles than the Sahara Desert?
I'm not putting them down. I applaud these ladies for reclaiming their lives in the later years and striving to be how they see themselves. I will give them the benefit of the doubt that they are not having a midlife crisis (unless they follow it up with botox, a boob job, skin peels and all that).
Maybe it's something local to my area, but it is starting to seem that the grandmas are starting to take care of themselves better than the youngsters do. Then they put on the "juicy couture" clothes, lipstick in a shade of pink you would think only a teen would wear and that's where the boggling of my mind begins. I think I will appreciate this issue more in about 25 years.