|Luna Lace Dress - Kiyonna Blogger Brigade|
Heels- Forever 21
I find it interesting we spend the younger years of our lives desperate to look older, and then the rest of our lives vainly trying to look younger. It seems unfair. Do I feel a thrill every time a student says, "You look like you are 20!"? Of course, but I also realize that at some point I am going to say I'm 40 and I will look 30 (hopefully) or I am 50 and look 40. At some point I will no longer be young to my students. How many more years can I milk it? When do you HAVE to be old? And don't say "You are only as old as you feel" or "Age is only a number" because I don't believe it. At some point I will have to stop wearing raspberry party dresses, right?
|I hope not|
What does it really mean to "act your age"?
Will the age police show up?
Will I wake up and know, "Now I am grown up!"?