Top 10 Rules for Getting Dressed For Seniors (Youth, Be Advised)       

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I’m not Nora Ephron, whose book I Feel Bad About  My Neck, is a bemused look at women’s aging. She realized this when she was a lunch after facelifts and everyone was wearing turtlenecks. My own list, however, is true for my friends and me.

  1. Do not attempt until ½ hour after shower or bath. Items of clothing will not move
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    over skin.

2. On second thought, do not attempt bath. You won’t be able to get out.

3. Do not attempt any item with back closures, including bras.

4. Allow one hour to put on compression hose (double if two hoses).

5. Do not attempt any item requiring lacing.

6. Go surgical for alterations to facial appearance. Anything less is a waste of money and time.

7. Choose hats, scarves, or wigs.

8. Use children’s college funds for knee and shoulder replacements.

9. Elastic only.

10. Just forget it.

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2 thoughts on “Top 10 Rules for Getting Dressed For Seniors (Youth, Be Advised)       

  1. Jennifer Fournier

    Ha Ha.

    I have just discovered the power and utility of hats.

    Im looking good, really. I feel beautiful. New hair, new name, new life.

    Jennifer Nugent Henry, Esq. (name requested from judge)

    Liked by 1 person

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