|My great 40-something friend, Trisha Malcolm
Editor-in-Chief, Vogue Knitting
Entre nous, I’m hooked, addicted, enchanted, impressed, amazed and humbled by you. Your triumphs, courageous decisions, whimsical flights of fancy, your downright girlishness by moments, your strength, your convictions — all I can say is, if you don’t realize how extraordinary you are, take a deep breath and think about what you’ve accomplished so far.
The 50s. . .
|My pal, Pseu
Une Femme d’Un Certain Age
|Lori Handelman in Vietnam.
You sew, you knit, you sing, you write, you compose blogs, craft, create and most of all you give your time, love and energy with profound generosity. Do any of you dance? Probably.
The 60s. . .
|Mary Lou Floyd and Carrie Tuhy
Second Lives Club
|The divine Sam Hoffer
My Carolina Kitchen
One of you told me as long as we’re “happy in our skin, who cares if that skin is sagging a bit?” Another, one of my favorite people in the blogging world, said simply: “I wake-up happy every morning. It’s a choice.”
The 70s Have Never Looked So Good. . .
Please, be brave and send me your pictures — from your 30s to no limit. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thank you so very, very, very much.