Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Tick Tock...

Forever a stunner ::: Cher wore the same costume in Las Vegas last year and performing the "If I Could Turn Back Time" video in 1989 --- the video was banned from several TV stations in 1989, including the recent MTV Music Video Awards program: MTV would only show the racy video after 9pm.

At the ripe old age of 73, more than a quarter of a century after she became America's workout queen, Jane Fonda is back with a new set of exercise routines!

Age is a mindset. Who among you thinks that 40-plus or even 50-plus women are hotter than some of their younger counterparts? This has been under discussion (a hot topic on blogs) for some time, and I guess Cher and Jane Fonda offer proof positive that you don't have to be old if you don't wanna be! (And also, look at folks like Joe Bruno, Willie Nelson, Mick Jagger, etc. etc. etc. - Rock on!) With the advances of modern day society and medicine, we can all realistically shoot for the triple digits, as long as we watch what we eat and how we workout! [Memo to self: buy a pair of shape-ups]

Don't try to turn back time! Live for today, and do not mourn the years that you have already passed through. I love-hate to bring up this old phrase, "Live each day as though it were your last."
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