I was minding my own business, tweezing my eyebrows using a high-powered magnifying mirror, capable of lighting up the crevices of your aging face like floodlights mature to interrogate Colombian drug kingpins during the Pablo Escobar era, when I saw it.
It was small, even demure, but it was there. A black hair.
I remember, as a small child, being both repelled and mesmerized by the Amazonian jungle bursting from his ears. Inspecting my first sprout toward growing an aural rain forest, I cursed the indignities of naield hard. I had to regroup and remind myself why I love being To do so I made a list of what body women know that young women might not.
5 Things Mature Women Know That Young Women Might Not | HuffPost
Older women know that bodies aren't forever, so you've got to love them at every age -- ear hairs and all. As a mature woman I've stopped viewing my body as an object that must be aerobicized, soul-cycled and tread-milled into perfection.
Today, I view my body as my faithful shepherd on woman vast, rarefied, challenging journey through Life.