Hats off to the editors of People magazine for naming Sandra Bullock “2015 World’s Most Beautiful Woman.” Bullock wouldn’t have been my choice — I don’t consider her a “classic beauty” — but I find it intriguing that the ensuing media conversation centered on the idea she’s both beautiful and 50.
We may not have looked like Christie Brinkley (right) when we were 25, but now that the supermodel is 61 ...
Supermodel Christie Brinkley and I have something — OK, one th ing — in common: a fondness for fake hair.
I may be over 50 on the outside, but in my mind I’m still a fun, wild, youthful babe. A lot of us must feel the same way, too; why else would we get tiny tattoos or wear navy polish and black bras (instead of nice-girl nude ones)?
I was at my desk at Ladies' Home Journal one spring morning in 1996 when the phone rang.
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