Welcome to the party. Here is a sample of some of our witty readers comments. Let’s hear from you. What are you thinking about today? Don’t be shy, bring on.
Mary P. Shriver’s irreverent post ” Because, I am not that chick. Because I am not the chick who craves jewelry from Zales, bad chocolate from Whitman’s or a cute, plush pink teddy bear. I have an adversarial relationship with all Hallmark holidays, and if you’re courting, dating or sleeping with me, you already know that.”
Samantha Dunn: “She’s the kind of woman who climbed the ladder of success wrong by wrong.”–Mae West www.samanthadunnwriter.com
“I identify as a grown-ass woman, not an old woman,” says 54-year-old Davis, whom the City of New York called a “trailblazer.” “It’s about finding the beauty of your time and expanding it and celebrating it.”
xjeannexchun: When i turned 50, i did two things (1) get my aarp card and (2) tell everyone, anyone anywhere anytime that i was/am 50. gotta shake up the deep seeded idea, i.e., the *brand* of fifty year-old women. i am gonna turn 51 in a few weeks. 💃🏻🙋🏻♀️👌🙌💥
Becky Lewis says: so great, love the “grown ass woman”, she is not fading away. Own it!——————————————————————————————————–
:My absolute favorite mountain. As noted in the article, a true “skier’s mountain.” I lived in Park City in 89-90 and the other mountains in the area were phenomenal, but nothing could hold a candle to Alta. And to top it off, I believe the lift tickets back then were $19 a day (cash only)! I’m 54 now and hope some day in the not too distant future to make it back to this skier’s heaven and a nice serving of “cold smoke”, a term the locals used to refer to the ultra-light powder. Cheers.