Monday, May 23, 2011

Crow's Feet, party of two

Yesterday, I sat my mom in front of the computer and we went through the pictures fro my trip that my cousin Liz posted on Facebook.

We get to the picture below, which is of Liz and me on the train to Milan. I didn't think it was the most adorable picture of me ever taken. Even before Mom and I looked at the pictures, I had untagged myself.

"You two REALLY look like cousins in this picture," my mom remarked. "You also both REALLY look like you could start using eye cream."

I should probably point out that she didn't make the statement maliciously. It wasn't mean. It was just my mom, half kidding and half making a suggestion.

"I noticed the same thing," Liz told me when I broke the news of my mom's observation. "I was hoping that we were just really tired."

I'm just hoping to find a magical erasing eye cream that doesn't cost an arm and a leg.



Kari said...

I hate my work's new firewall - I typed a longish comment at lunch and it wouldn't let me post it! The nerve!
Anyhow -- I use Cliniderm (mainly because I get it for free)..not sure if it is available in the US of .
You and your cousin do look a like -- and no not because of the crow's feet.
I hope new job is going well and that you are having fun.
From your tweets it looks like you and the coach are having fun.
Your old work has to pay you for those vacation days -- aren't you friends with the HR person?

Charles Cage said...

Your mom is right: it may be time to consider using an eye cream. There are different kinds of creams to target specific kinds of skin problems. It may be a good idea to consult a dermatologist to know the best cream for your skin type.

Unknown said...

It’s not as bad as you think. You still look pretty despite the crow’s feet. Anyway, did you follow your Mom’s advice about the eye cream? You could also cosmetic treatments that promises significant improvements over a short time. George Chambers @ Amani Medical Spa

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