Just been to the hairdressers (a small family run operation). Hy hairdresser is around 40 – we talk about our school agree children. The 21 year old hairdresser next to me had a 21 year old client – they talked about 21st parties, fashion, latest and greatest bars/restaurant, overseas holidays and similar. They were asking us questions along the way and were a little baffled by our complete absence of knowledge on so much. They were very amused by our real knowledge of ’80’s fashion tips for a retro 21st they are attending this weekend! Its easy to forget how much life and priorities change once you have children. We were them not to long ago…

Posted anonymously, 20th November 2015

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  • lol yeah time sure does fly! it becomes an effort to stay relevant lol


  • All ages have their charm! I don’t mind getting old either. So far at least! :-)

    • I agree – it is all about enjoying every age!


  • I’m loving being older. I’ve found I don’t stress so much over what’s expected of me by others or what others think of me. I can be me, doing what me wants, I’m enjoying it. Although the arthritis isn’t so much fun :/


  • I talk about these things too and I find there is less difference between the ages and that we can all learn from each other. I love fashion, travel and my family.


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