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  1. “Age is beauty to me. Age is wisdom. Age is grace.” I agree. I have always looked up to the older women in my life who seem to reflect such beauty, wisdom and grace. Now, as I am becoming one of these “older” women I, too, pray that others can see “old soul”, a soul reflecting HIS, hiding in me.
    Great post-
    ~Stacy

  2. I also have that youthful appearance. I’ll be turning 28 this year but people would always think my age is below 25. Some even thought I was a teenager. I find it annoying sometimes. But what I find more annoying is when the younger ones make fun of me because I’m “old.” I don’t really find it funny. I hope they’ll learn to discover the value of people who are older than them and that getting older is truly a gift.

    God bless! 🙂

    Irene

  3. I know exactly what you are talking about. I’m 36 and some of my patients still tell me I don’t look old enough to be a nurse. I hope when I’m sixty I will start appreciating it. 🙂

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