Monday, October 12, 2009

Cindy Crawford doesn't have anything on me!

God has a great sense of humor.  Want to know how I know?

Because at the age of 40 he has decided that in addition to wrinkles I should continue to get zits.

But I have a great sense of humor too.  I'm going to take my brown eye liner pencil and turn these zits into moles and pretend that  I'm Cindy Crawford.

Well, I'm off to finish working on my latest line of furniture for Rooms to Go.  And after that,  I've got a photo shoot. 

Ta ta for now!

12 comments:

He & Me + 3 said...

I still get them to at the age of 38. You are beautiful & yes, you do look like Cindy! :)

Merrily Down the Stream said...

Ack I hate middle age zits - mine is rosacea - easily controlled with a gel product. Just one of the fresh hell's of growing older I guess! See ya cindy.

Denise said...

Actually, you look better than Cindy.

Angelica Bays, TygrLilies.com said...

See? I knew we were related! Practically twins! Well, except that we don't evne know each other and I'm mexican and you're not and I have brown hair and eyes and i probably outweigh yo uby about a hundred pounds but other than that, yup, twins.
I've had some pretty good luck with Cetaphil.
Have fun on your shoot!

Lee and Beth said...

I never had a problem with acne when I was a teenager. But as an adult, I get them all the time. Mine are caused by hormones, and I take a birth control pill that helps with my acne. If I don't take the pill, my face is terribly oily and covered with spots. Ugh!! As well as using the pill, I also use Neutrogena Clear Poor Cleanser/Mask and a moisturizer for sensitive skin twice a day. This routine helps out a lot. I still get pimples once in a while, but not as bad as it could be.

BlondeMomBlog (Jamie) said...

I'm 40 and I have a zit right now on my chin!

You're welcome. ;)

Grandma T said...

Ahhh....to be 40 again!

Colleen said...

Heehee, my Mom used to LOVE getting zits. It made her feel young :)

Debbie said...

Yes, we never seem to outgrow anything, do we? It truly isn't fair.

Jaina said...

Oooh, I like that idea. I'm SO remembering that one. I have brown eyeliner lying in the back of my drawer from the time I decided to switch to brown and instantly went back to black.

Aimee said...

I'm in the same boat, sister. Cover-up is my constant companion and I am buying products for "combination" skin -- that combination being wrinkles and pimples. Harsh.

Megan said...

i had almost no acne whatsoever in high school, maybe one a month, easily went away- but now, i have several in different stages on my face at all times- what is that??? it just keeps me very well skilled at applying my makeup, right??

Megan