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Maybe I’m Too Old?

I’ve spent a week in New York City at our son’s bedside, while he underwent brain surgery as part one of an upcoming procedure whose purpose is to reduce his uncontrolled seizures.

FYI: I HATE Epilepsy.

It’s been a tough and exhausting week but we have our eye on the prize.  Misery for a week to improve a lifetime, is well worth it.

This week’s blog post is not about being in the hospital, but rather about what I saw on the streets outside.

To maintain my sanity, get fresh air and eat a real meal, although potato chips and M&Ms are quite yummy together, I go outside and walk up and down one block.

It’s been chilly here, but the cold air feels so much better than the, hopefully, sterile hospital air.

So I’m taking my stroll and see a few younger women walking around with ripped jeans or midriff bearing tops and jackets.

Can a woman be too old to wear ripped jeans and midriff baring tops?

Can a woman be too old to wear ripped jeans and midriff baring tops?
Can a woman be too old to wear ripped jeans and midriff baring tops?
Can a woman be too old to wear ripped jeans and midriff baring tops?
Can a woman be too old to wear ripped jeans and midriff baring tops?

I’m thinking aren’t their knees knocking from the cold?

Doesn’t their belly button have goose bumps?

So I wonder…am I too old
or
just too cold?

Please share your thoughts on the question: Can a woman be too old to wear ripped jeans and midriff baring tops??

Please be gentle with your comments below, it’s been a rough week.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Can a woman be too old to wear ripped jeans and midriff baring tops?

Scarlett De Bease is a modern day Fairy Godmother, who is determined to make women look good, regardless of age, size or budget. Her suggestions are personalized and timeless. Her book, Stop Stressing about Dressing is a little gem and she brings a fresh perspective to the classic question, “What can I wear to look better, or better yet, my best!”

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