Our family was not really into wrinkles. It was more white hair and aching joints, the skin remained smooth. I get remarks that I have no folds of skin in the wrong places, usually from people that already have got their creases where they did not really want them.
In our local garden centre they have sculptures representing the seven ages of man. This is more into my line of things. I have gone through all of them up to stage 5-6. Stage 5 is the part where you have the walker. Mine is caused by a broken leg at the moment, but under normal circumstances it would be my walking stick for support. I suppose I am now approaching stage 6. Mr. Swiss is almost there. Today I was thinking about going for an outing with my wheelchair, but due to the fact that I had a wonderful relaxing golden oldie sleep after lunch, I never got there.
Wrinkles are superficial so what’s the problem. If you are too tired and your limbs and joints no longer connect, then you have real problems. There are various film actors that are showing signs of age on their faces, but they are now interesting.
So there we have it. I have immaculate features, not a crease or a wrinkle, just a few laugh creases bordering the eyes, but I belong to the ministry of funny walks. I have a left foot that tends to point outwards and at the moment I even have a limp, but not one wrinkle. Perhaps limps are also interesting. So enjoy your wrinkles if you have them, and they do not hurt.
The last guy in the ages of man is even crawling and for some reason has a pig. I am not sure about that one, but I do tend to crawl out of bed in the morning, although without a pig.