Happy old age

When grace is joined with wrinkles, it is adorable. There is an unspeakable dawn in happy old age.
~ Victor Hugo

For years now I have noticed that the skin on my hands are aging quite quickly, the way it has with my mom, and with hers. My hands look the same as theirs did, and I know it will be so more and more, the older I get. However, in a recent self-photography session and while playing around with macro photography, I discovered more aging skin.

And you know what? I think my pussy looks beautiful…

© Rebel’s Notes

20 thoughts on “Happy old age

  1. Oh you’ve no idea how much I can relate to this, in both aspects, and I thank you for sharing the realities of carrying and birthing children and ageing, beautiful and powerful shot. xx

  2. I felt I needed Botox when I first removed the hair off mine. It wasn’t as I had remembered lol. I think that loving yourself as you age is really important 🙂

  3. It absolutely does…..and so does mine and the thing I realise is, it doesn’t matter because I know how yo use it for my pleasure and that of my partners


  4. I too have noticed how my hands have changed with age. I’ve been more worried about the skin on my neck and décolletage though. I feel like women have a much tougher time trying to age gracefully and embrace the wrinkles. As for me, I’m going to take the best possible care of myself and try not to speed up the aging process faster than it already is.

Share your thoughts...

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: