I Know You!I never forget a face. I think there is something beautiful about everyone's face. It shows so much, like a map of your life. I am an avid people watcher.
I especially enjoy watching large family groups. This is often in a restaurant, a park, or an airport. I study their faces, body language, ex
Some years ago, me and Mr.Lilt were at a club in Chicago ~ nowhere near my hometown. A man walks through the door. I know him. I know him from a long time ago. We were on the same swim team...in 1971. That was over 30 years ago, we were 8 years old. Mr. Lilt laughed and dismissed my claim, saying "you always think you know everybody.". Which is kind of true. While I was in the ladies room, he went and asked the man if he was who I thought he was. True! We talked for a bit and it was fun.
Anyway, what I really want to talk about is all this plastic surgery business. And geez, what a business it is! I am completely baffled, and saddened, by all the procedures people have adopted as "normal." It is nose jobs, boob jobs, hair removal, hair replacement, liposuction, inject a smile, Botox, and on and on. I recently saw a commercial that asked, "Do suffer from inadequate eyelashes?" Huh???
With all these procedures, how will I know if someone "looks just like their Dad." Or has their "Aunt's perfect skin." Or has a "fine *** just like their sister."
How will I know if we were on the same swim team in 1971???
I will never forget a face. I WILL forget your face...
If it is not your face!!!