It's not what you think.
I'm not talking about this kind of body part -->
I'm actually talking more about these kind of parts.
The every day parts that we all have. The ones that start showing a little wear and tear after a few decades on this planet.
While my sis was in town our conversations inevitably seemed to end up circling around our bodies and their inevitable demise. We talked about the ways we're trying to turn back that old clock. My sister is big on yoga but I'm not convinced that twisting my body will do more than just cause my joints to ache more LOL. Good ol' sis did tell me that she's been using Olay Illuminating Eye Treatment for those dark circles under her eyes and she claims it works. Yesterday, before sis got on the plane, we went to the store and I emptied my wallet for a small bottle of the stuff. Tried it last night but the circles under my eyes are still there. I've been told it'll take some time so I'll report back on this later.
With things like the Top 10 Lip List sometimes I think we focus a little too much on our body parts. I mean, c'mon if they serve the function for which they were made (your eyes see ... your hands grip) then why are we soooo determined to fight to turn back the signs that our body has been doing what it was intended to do?
Not everyone is fighting the aging fight. Stevie Nicks says she thinks botox makes everyone look like Satan's children so she's given up on that lol. Maybe she has a point. Maybe we need to fight the aging battle a little less so we don't end up looking like we're unable to move our faces into any true emotion.
For now, I'm going to try this new eye cream to see if I can eliminate looking terminally tired. How about you? Are you fighting the hands of time or are you too young and beautiful to care?