Worst of all, there will be days when you will look in the mirror with astonishment, if not horror. Get over it. One of my solutions is to look in the mirror more often, smile at the lovely lady and hope I look as good as she does when I reach her age.
She cleared her mind and focused on the green hills in the distance and the extra-blue sky. She let her shoulders drop and felt some of the tension seep out of her neck. The world is still beautiful, she told herself, and I’m still in it. Everything else can be put right, in time.
Wise words from Barbara Neely in her book, Blanche on the Lam.
We have a lot of “time” on our hands this year, but these words of wisdom remind us of the important things we could be doing with our time. (Thanks to my friend, Nan, for introducing me to Gladys Taber!)