Absolutely!!! So much wisdom, life and beauty in the face of someone who has truly lived life!Wonderful!!Have a fantastic day sweetie!!! :o)
I'm confused...which one of your grands is that?HAHAHA
Such a beautiful face - so full of life!XOXO Lola:)
So beautiful...guess I am getting there though my nose is scarred now from the skin cancer surgery...but I am not the wisest!
She is wonderful.And I love the words, too.=)
Hey Jenny...if you see this could you add my AWFUL Alphabe Thursday post to Linky? For some reason when I try and load your post with the Alphabe Thursday information the page is kind of scrambled and the Linky doesn't show up. I have to leave and can't fool around with it anymore. I have a feeling it's probably just my computer and not happening to everyone else. I didn't want to miss the first day of school. I promise to do better next week...I hope! Thanks.
I wear my wrinkles with pride!
What a great face so full of wisdom and humor.great "A" post teach!
Our faces reveal a lot but age is the least of my worries cause I don't feel old ...... :)
What a beautiful smile. I loved this post especially as she and I are close to the same age...lol..
A might be for age, but O is for old, which is what I am!
Jenny, what a wonderful post ... i loved it!
What wonderful photos!
A wonderful saying to go with a wonderful face!
That's a fabulous aged face!
What a wonderful countenance she has!!
This is beautiful Jenny...made me SMILE really big.xoxo
Happy Easter, Jenny!!!XO
Age is a wonderful thing! hugs, Linda
Oh, that was lovely!
I Loved seeing the beauty in that wrinkled face - makes me not mind so much seeing the wrinkles that are coming on my face!
there is beauty in all that comes with age...except the aches and pains...
Nice post. Thanks for stopping by Acorn Hollow. I don't worry about how many visitors I get. I just enjoy playing along and looking at new ideas and inspirations from everybody. Thanks for being a wonderful host.Mrs. T.Acorn Hollow
Simply, yet elegantly, stated and shown, Jenny. :-)
Wonderful post! Certainly we should give more respect to the aged.Teresa
I couldn't agree more. Our societies have lost much with their elevation of youth over age. We need to learn from the wisdom of those with the experiences!
Yes A BEAUTIFUL THOUGHT ladies..I understand that in some cultures age is appreciated -having just turned 70 my outlook goes something like this: "I do not feel old at all inside...of course the body "talks" to me at times and says something different"..I understand the teachings that tell us to value the wisdom of the older ones around us..however; I do not think this is true in AMERICA now at all. Growing up in the 1940s and 50s we accepted our older relatives and treasured them "as is"..w/o expecting them to change to suit our whims. Today younger people often seem to 'tolerate' us or patronize and certainly don't value time with people of my generation..put away the KLEENEX..don't need sympathy..this is just the reality I perceive. Now-go out there and make them appreciate you today!!
Aging...ahh, we can all relate to this one. I love seeing happy, radiant faces of the elderly. There is such a sweetness about them. Sadly, as the moral decay of society continues younger generations become less incline to seek the wisdom and company of those who have lived a full life.Good choice, Jenny!Cathy Kennedy, Children's AuthorThe Tale of Ole Green EyesCheck out… An American Hero- Sgt Alvin C. York
What a beautiful post and what a gorgeous face that lady has.Happy Easter
lovely post on aging,the image makes me smile, well illustrated.
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