It rain.

It rain here all weekend, and yes, I said "it rain" on purpose. Tallulah has her own Facebook page (if you want to friend her, she's Tallulah Gardens. She hearts friends. Especially friends who have chicken), and one of my favorite status updates of hers was one where she kept asking to go outside, and asking and asking, and begging and asking, and when she finally got to the door she said, "Oh. It rain. Forget."

Which is totally what she does. She hates rain. Almost in direct proportion to how much she loves chicken. And yes, I do realize that I am the one who writes her status updates, and that I am hearting my own update in reality and that makes me an arsehole.

At any rate, when it rain, all she wants to do is lie around.

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Do your dogs do this when it rain? She has the energy of Anna Nicole Smith. (RIP)

Who took SugarPie? We all got so up in arms about the baby who could not have looked more like Larry Whomever in drag, and no one said, Who gets SugarPie. What is that guy's last name?

Although that dog should have been taken from her for the part where she named it SugarPie.

And look, I seem to have gotten off onto a tangent.

Anyway, the point of it raining and Lu lying around like she's on the meth–

–meth doesn't make you lie around, does it? It makes you tweak, whatever that means. Crap. I really have to get cooler.

The POINT of Lu lying around like she's on the 'ludes (hah!) (1979 called. Wants its drug back) is that she is supposed to be dieting and exercising because remember the vet said she was still acceptable but no longer ideal. Which is the story of my life.

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So as soon as it was remotely not raining I made her go in the back yard with me, and as you can see, she is getting her swoop back in her waist parts. Go, sexy Lu. Work it. And yes, I see those weeds. Shut up. It rain.

So speaking of being acceptable and no longer ideal, when I was in Colorado, where it dry, I mentioned that for the first time in my life, my skin felt, you know, dry. I am 45 and still break out. I have always had let's call it dewy skin. I thought this would keep me looking youthful but Granny on the Beverly Hillbillies called. She's suing me for doing impersonations.

Anyway, after I mentioned about my skin my Aunt Mary asked what kind of moisturizer I use. "I have never used a moisturizer," I told her.

She looked at me like I had poisoned a family of ten, chopped them into little bits and stir fried them up for her birthday dinner. And the shocking part of that story would be the part where I cooked.

"June, you HAVE to use moisturizer," she said solemnly.

So this weekend I made my way through the rain–

I MADE IT THROUGH THE RAIN! I KEPT MYSELF PROTECTED! I MADE IT THROUGH THE RAIN! I KEPT MY POINT OF VIEW! I MADE IT THROOOOOUGH THE RAIN! AND FOUND MYSELF RESPECTED BY THE OTHERS WHOOO, GOT RAINED ON TOOOOO…

I'll bet you had forgotten that particular Barry Manilow song. I'll bet you're delighted I reminded you. I'm not even sure I sang you the right words.

Oh dear God. Everything is on YouTube.

ANYWAY, I DID make it through the rain and found myself at Ulta. With the others whooo like makeup too.

Someone pounced on me right away and I told her I really wanted to do that Dermalogica face-mapping thing. You'll be shocked to hear that I was sort of familiar with all the skin-care products Ulta had to offer, and I had gandered at this face-mapping this many times. Someone looks at you under a giant magnifying mirror then gives you a map of your face that looks not unlike one of those maps of a pig when they're dividing it up for loins and shoulders and such.

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I had no idea when we were eating ham we were eating pig butt, by the way.

And why is "Boston Butt" not a butt at all? Those crazy Boston people. With their baked beans that aren't baked beans and their butts that are shoulders.

So the woman at Ulta said the face-mapping woman wasn't there that day, which, hi. IT'S THE WEEKEND. Don't you think that'd be the ultimate time, forgive the pun, to be there? Nevertheless, this young chippy said she used to be the aesthetician at the salon and she used to do the face-mapping and she could see by looking at me which product I needed.

And she stampeded right over to the anti-aging products.

!!

Okay, I understand I came in there with my walker with tennis balls on the bottom and my pale-green elastic-waist pants and bone-colored tennis shoes and my Depends and my tight perm and my "I Heart Being a Grandmammy" sweatshirt, but anti-aging? Really?

How depressing.

I bought the whole kit. Cosmetics saleswomen make a fortune off me. I told her the next time we see each other I want to resemble a fetus.

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So that was my weekend. Oh! And don't forget this Sunday is book club! Or Book Club, as Paula H&B would call it, with her need to capitalize things that don't need capitalizing. We are reading Breakfast with Buddha, and I love love loved it, I can tell you now. I think I said we're meeting at 7 p.m. my time, but if I'm wrong one of you can tell me. I am old and I get addled.

Who are all of you?

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Author: June

At one point, I was sort of hot, in a "she's 27 and probably a 7" kind of a way. Now I'm old and have to develop a charming personality. Guess how that's going.

99 thoughts on “It rain.”

  1. When it rain, all I want to do is lie around, too.
    Glad to see that Lu is getting back to her ideal. I’m heading into that Marie Osmond before Nutrisystem zone because, well, um, it not rain this weekend, but all I wanted to do is lie around and, um, eat. So shoot me, it was a truly crappy week. Hope your week is a great one!

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  2. When it rain, all I want to do is lie around, too.
    Glad to see that Lu is getting back to her ideal. I’m heading into that Marie Osmond before Nutrisystem zone because, well, um, it not rain this weekend, but all I wanted to do is lie around and, um, eat. So shoot me, it was a truly crappy week. Hope your week is a great one!

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  3. When it rain, all I want to do is lie around, too.
    Glad to see that Lu is getting back to her ideal. I’m heading into that Marie Osmond before Nutrisystem zone because, well, um, it not rain this weekend, but all I wanted to do is lie around and, um, eat. So shoot me, it was a truly crappy week. Hope your week is a great one!

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  4. Nothing like a little Barry Manilow in the morning to really jazz things up. Barry, who looks like he knows all about the anti-aging battle. And I Love the YouTube. It’s a great memory booster when you’re trying to remember something you once saw on Ed Sullivan or Lawrence Welk. It’s all there. Just for fun, look up Lawrence Welk and “Toking”. One of his favorite spirituals, apparently. Ahhh, the good old days.

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  5. Did you know Barry Manilow wrote the “I’m stuck on BandAids” jingle?
    Fun fact.
    I agree with Paula. If you write, “Next Saturday we meet for Book Club,” it’s capitalized. If you had written, “Next Saturday we meet for our book club,” you may get away with lower case.
    The grammar lady has spoken. Only, it’s not grammar. It’s capitalization. Oh, well.

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  6. I heart Barry M – not to the point of being a Fanilow which is just creepy. Does that make you a Gibbilow?
    As for our dogs they hate the rain too but can’t wait to get outside only to discover it is raining and run back inside as if their tales were on fire. Of course our Bichon hates the rain and even hates the grass when it isn’t raining. Must be the snotty French in him – I suppose the grass must be beneath him…get it..Yeah it doesnt take much to crack me up!

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  7. Actually, anyone over the age of 21 is considered to have ‘mature’ skin, and should use anti-aging products.
    At least she didn’t just head straight to the makeup aisle.

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  8. I never knew that picnic was actually the front leg! For some reason I knew the ham was at the end (butt).
    Send us some rains, please!

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  9. I have used lotion on my face since like High school. And I would totally be like your Aunt and freak out on my friends when I learn they do not use a moisturizer.
    Good job. And Ulta…ooohhhhh!

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  10. I have superoily skin and don’t use moisturizer and am now freaked out. Why do I need to use it when my face is not dry after I wash it? I use Philosophy face wash, which I highly recommend, it is fantastic.
    Enlighten me, all you beauty experts, do I need to go to ULTA and get some moisturizer?

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  11. It rain so hard your phone quit working, eh? I left you a message on your never-used cell.
    I spend a lot of time trying to FORGET what I saw on Lawrence Welk…
    Hulk kept the cat. For Hulkette. Eighteen years??? For real?? Damn…

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  12. As a newer reader to this blog, I have a couple of questions regarding blog gossip. I’ve only been reading for about 6 months, so I’m out of the loop.
    1. Who is this Carin person and what did she do? It sounds juicy.
    2. Who is Hulk and why is he single? Everyone is heartbroken over this fact. What are his dets?
    P.S. June, we have the same face issues. Everyone always tells me I am going to look young due to the greasy face too! Are they liars?

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  13. I think dogs like to stay inside and sleep during rain because it is how they and their ancestors (wolves and foxes) did that in the cave. It seems silly to go out in the rain if you don’t have to, so they just rest.

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  14. Question: Were those velcro sneakers? If they weren’t, you’re not as old as you think!
    Let us know how the moisterizer thing works out. I don’t use it either-I’m a few years older than you and only have a few wrinkles-I mean laugh lines. My skin isn’t dry either. I need something to even out my skin tone…got anything in your kit for that?

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  15. The pork map next to the face map cracked me up. So similar in so many ways.
    My dog doesn’t mind the rain so much but throw in a little thunder and he’s under my desk lickety split.
    Kelly, yes, they are all liars. You will not stay young looking. You will have oily wrinkles. Trust me.
    I have no time to read books. Magazines are the best I can do. When you get around to having a magazine club let me know.

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  16. I am also coming late to the moisturizer game. I went with the drug store classic… Oil of Olay. Which I used to call Oil of Old Lady when my mother was slathering her face with it. And that, my friends, is what we like to call coming full circle.
    PS: I’d like to join Anita’s magazine club as long as the magazines of choice will be Us and People, or some discounted variation thereof.

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  17. Wow…I had no idea that you’d never used moisturizer on your face. I’ve been moisturizing my face literally since I was about 12 years old! My mom told me to make it part of my daily ritual and that I would not regret it when I got to be her age! And, she was a young 33 when she told me that! I hardly have any wrinkles at all and I am now 45!
    Alpha-hydroxy acid works wonders on wrinkles and to even skin tone, Tracy! And retinol is good stuff, too. I use that on my under-eyes and face.
    There. The skin-care obsessed, non-copy-editor has spoken!

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  18. A couple years ago there was a snow storm in Portland and we were cooped up for a week. My cat Cinnamon (he’s 15 this month, Hulk) was DYING to go outside. Every day he would whine his everyday whine, wanting to go outside, and I would open the door and he would sit there, defeated. After about 4 days I opened the door and he LEAPT out into the snow and you could immediately see the “I’ve made a huge mistake” look on his face. He hate when it snow.

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  19. Warning: I tried that Retinol and it totally rips your skin off. You look like raw meat after about 2 days of it and they want you to put it on every day for something like 6 months! The reason it works wonders is because it takes your skin down to the bone! Ha. Have to admit, if you can get through the mangling it can clear up acne issues and irregularities and such. I really couldn’t handle it. Had to stop. I think Oil of Olay is great, especially for oily skin as it is very light and dissipates quickly, which keeps you from feeling or appearing oily :^)

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  20. Rain + dogs (or cats) = sad.
    Also, sometimes = pissed-on floors.
    At least in my house.
    I use a variety of products on my face/neck. But yes, I have always used a moisturizer. The way I understand the process is this: the cleaner your skin is, the less moisturizer you need. And if you use moisturizer your skin doesn’t feel the need to produce gallons of oil to hydrate/moisturize itself.
    Hulk, good call on keeping the kitten. I hope you are feeling better. The offer of baked goods still stands. You feel the need for something out of the oven, just shoot me an email!

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  21. New Kelly,
    Carin is some person who came to June’s blog one time and posted some mean crap in the comments and 9 bazillion people jumped down her throat including June’s own mama. Shame on Carin. So, the inside joke is whenever anyone is doing something randomly mean or shitty, people call said person “Carin”.
    Hulk is June’s real-life friend from way back in the day in school. He loves his daughter, his sports and all us commenters who totally have his back. He seems to be one of the truly good guys. And if he doesn’t watch out, there will be a couple hundred Yentas making him a match. : )

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  22. Hulk (Who is really overwhelmed by all the nice thoughts and cvomments from everyone. Kelly, you are joining a good group...) says:

    Hey, thanks, LisaPie. I appreciate the comments.
    What is a Yenta?

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  23. Hulk (Who is really overwhelmed by all the nice thoughts and cvomments from everyone. Kelly, you are joining a good group...) says:

    Hey, thanks, LisaPie. I appreciate the comments.
    What is a Yenta?

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  24. Hulk (Who is really overwhelmed by all the nice thoughts and cvomments from everyone. Kelly, you are joining a good group...) says:

    Hey, thanks, LisaPie. I appreciate the comments.
    What is a Yenta?

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  25. Hulk (Who is really overwhelmed by all the nice thoughts and comments from everyone. Kelly, you are joining a good group...) says:

    STILL can’t type…cvomments???

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  26. Hulk (Who is really overwhelmed by all the nice thoughts and comments from everyone. Kelly, you are joining a good group...) says:

    STILL can’t type…cvomments???

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  27. Hulk (Who is really overwhelmed by all the nice thoughts and comments from everyone. Kelly, you are joining a good group...) says:

    STILL can’t type…cvomments???

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  28. I love Olay’s microsculpting cream even though I am still a few years away from actual sagging (I have wrinkles, though). A few days after I started using it, I was looking at myself in the mirror (does one ever look at anything else in a mirror?) and thought my skin was kind of glowy… and then I remembered Oh yeah, new moisturizer. So, thumbs up. Also, Roc night cream or the serum is excellent for people who do NOT have sensitive skin (the cream is pretty cheap at Costco), but be careful on thin skin near the eyes–Roc was working so well that I started using too much in my quest to resemble a baby’s bottom and I developed a milia that made me look like I was obliviously sporting a chunk of morning eye crud. It went away eventually but it was huge during its brief stay. But the wrinkles surrounding it were much smaller. 🙂

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  29. Kelly, Carin chewed me out once when I was having a particularly bad day. Really bad things were happening to two of my loved ones, including one of my friends getting diagnosed with cancer, and I wasnt feeling funny that day. I was unable to say what bad things were going on, just that I felt AWFUL, and Carin told me I shouldnt have posted, then. She was delightful. And so understanding.

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  30. You know, I looked it up and apparently Fiddler on the Roof screwed a bunch of us up about that. Her name was Yente, the matchmaker. And she was a famous one in real life, I guess.
    There’s even a Jewish dating site called Yenta. You’d think they would have gotten it right!
    Did they sell you the Dermal Clay Cleanser? ‘Cause that stuff is the best.

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  31. You know, I looked it up and apparently Fiddler on the Roof screwed a bunch of us up about that. Her name was Yente, the matchmaker. And she was a famous one in real life, I guess.
    There’s even a Jewish dating site called Yenta. You’d think they would have gotten it right!
    Did they sell you the Dermal Clay Cleanser? ‘Cause that stuff is the best.

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  32. You know, I looked it up and apparently Fiddler on the Roof screwed a bunch of us up about that. Her name was Yente, the matchmaker. And she was a famous one in real life, I guess.
    There’s even a Jewish dating site called Yenta. You’d think they would have gotten it right!
    Did they sell you the Dermal Clay Cleanser? ‘Cause that stuff is the best.

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  33. June & Furry…you’re both right on the yenta definition. It first meant gossiper and has morphed over time into matchmaker. Matchmaker is the more modern definition. Let there be peace, oh…and love :^)

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  34. Furry? Could you tell more about the Dermal Clay Cleanser? Not that I, um, need it or anything. You know, just curious is all. Yeah, that’s it…curious.

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  35. Ok, ok, ok. I should have been earlier, because I always love being the gossipmonger, the one to spread all the salacious news.
    Yes, Kelly, Carin made the mistake of trolling this blog. And this blog is the only one I know of its kind where we’re a family. We’re thick as thieves and we have no problem cutting someone when they come after one of our own, especially our wrinkled mother.
    She also may or may not have been in the library one time, making all kinds of nervous tic coughing noises when June was trying to find some peace and quiet.
    And Hulk is what Lisa Pie said and so much more. He is a good guy with a great big heart and we all need to keep on the lookout for the PERFECT LADY for him.
    And June, June, June!!! I am shocked at your confession! My cosmetic loving aunts made me start moisturizing in my early teens. And I am so very glad I did, especially since I broiled my skin throughout my teenage years.
    I use moisturizer and prescription Retin A which is like a little fountain of youth. The key is to use the Retin A sparingly–a dot the size of a pea for your whole face. I also use the Oil of Olay turkey neck cream, sadly.
    Oh and one more thing. My stupid duck laid a stupid egg this morning. Because we need more animals in this wild kingdom.

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  36. I am so glad I asked these questions. This conversation has been the highlight of my day!
    Does Carin still roam these posts and comments or does she stay away? Do you know?
    Also, Hulk sounds delightful. Sorry to hear he married his mother and broke up with his girlfriend. Did his mom break them up?

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  37. His mom did not break them up, any more than any of our moms break up our relationships, if you know what I mean. And if Carin is still around, she is (a) a masochist, since we blame her for everything and (b) silent as the grave.

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  38. You mean I am supposed to be moisturizing my oily face? I break out more now than when I was a teenager. My pores are so big your could drive a tank into them. Why do you want to add more moisture to this?
    Yes I do use a dab of Neutrogena oil free moisturizer around my eyes, but nothing else.
    No wonder I have crows feet and wrinkles.
    Educate me sisters!

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  39. Hulk’s mom was getting married, about a year ago. Hulk was to happily witness the nuptuals. When it came to sign the license, Hulk, signed the “groom” line, not the “witness” line. Therefore, Hulk married his mom. And we (I was laughing and laughing) all giggled.

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  40. Hey June, our dog loves to get in a pool but have rain fall from the sky? She no longer has a need to go pee. Doesn’t like it falling on her.
    I don’t use moisturizer either and I am still youthful at almost 50. At least I tell myself I am. That’s all that matters.
    As for Carin – she needs to get over herself and not come back to the fun loving June blog. She would just be all whiney and complainy about moisturizer and who needs that?
    Welcome Kelly – you’ll love it here.

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  41. Yes, this is why I love Bye Bye Pie!The whole pie (Perfect In Everyway)and nothing but the pie. June, you and the commenting family rock…wrinkles and all.

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  42. My darling Duffylou, try some Retin A. I was having teenage pimples and dry skin around the edges and it was just awful. My dermatologist hooked me up and my skin just glows now. Perfect for that kind of skin.
    I think Carin is still watching us and plotting her revenge. We need to be ready, folks. We’ll have to sick Furry on her when she returns.

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  43. June, you look like a 19-year old with no need for moisturizer.
    But, in case you feel the need, that Dermalogica stuff is the shiz…I highly recommend the daily microfoliant which is only about $670,974.

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  44. June, you are what every ‘hostile’ person needs on a bad day. Yes, a customer SERVICE representative told ME I was hostile. So I headed on over to Bye Bye Pie to break the ‘hostile mood.’ THANK YOU. (the capital letters are not meant to be hostile in any way.)
    And my dog Noah also writes a blog post once in a while, and I have to admit, I heart Noah’s blog entries. He has some pretty good one-liners.

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  45. The readers here have the best memory for all thing June. Kelly, I am June’s longest reader (circa 1910) and she is still my favorite blogger in the world. Welcome to the circus. Glad you have joined us.
    By the way June, I have used Dermalogica for 10+ years and it is the bombdigity. I swear by it.

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  46. Loving this blog today! Hulk married his mom will have me smirking the rest of the day. Which makes me wonder, does anyone ever hear anymore of a husband calling his wife mother. I get the “go ask your mother.” When the kids aren’t around and a husband calls his wife mother it just gives me the heebie-jeebies!

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  47. Okie dokie Joann. Retin A. I will look into this. Does it reverse the aging thing? I don’t mind growing older, cough, but I do mind looking older than my age.
    June honey, I didn’t know I had to tell you how good you looked. You look in that mirror every day. You know you rock it!

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  48. 32 and sporting a nice cyst on my chin. “30s with acne” is my perpetual tag-line. I think my acne is why I always get carded. “How can she be over 21 – look at that zit!”
    I also never moisturize because of this. Apparently, you are supposed to start this anti-aging skin care crap in your 30s but I have no desire to make my face break out any more than it does now. When I went to the dermatologist it was never even brought up, so, I am not sweating the over-priced anti-aging stuff.

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  49. June, You are younger than springtime and your skin is dewey fresh, like a baby’s bottom.

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  50. Well! That explains A LOT! I was sitting here at 7:00 LAST NIGHT ready to discuss ole Buddha.
    Harrumph.
    Anywho. I was oily-skinned for far too long and finally went the Accutane route. Which was EFFING MIRACULOUS but remember, I had thrown out my whore of a uterus (Accutane causes birth defects) and not a teenager (also causes teen depression/suicide) and a host of other things, so I’m not really recommending it. But it worked for me.
    And yes, even with the oily skin, you have to moisturize even if it sounds counterproductive.
    And since I used Accutane, now my skin, she is dry dry dry. So I have a variety of lotions that I slather on after showering, depending on my mood. A current fave is CeraVe. (I use other stuff on my face because sometimes I feel like treating my sun damage, too.)
    My mother SWORE by Estee Lauder’s Swiss Performing Extract. She used that faithfully for years and had the most beautiful dewy skin. Of course, then she dropped dead of a stroke, but girlfriend looked good!!

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  51. Well! That explains A LOT! I was sitting here at 7:00 LAST NIGHT ready to discuss ole Buddha.
    Harrumph.
    Anywho. I was oily-skinned for far too long and finally went the Accutane route. Which was EFFING MIRACULOUS but remember, I had thrown out my whore of a uterus (Accutane causes birth defects) and not a teenager (also causes teen depression/suicide) and a host of other things, so I’m not really recommending it. But it worked for me.
    And yes, even with the oily skin, you have to moisturize even if it sounds counterproductive.
    And since I used Accutane, now my skin, she is dry dry dry. So I have a variety of lotions that I slather on after showering, depending on my mood. A current fave is CeraVe. (I use other stuff on my face because sometimes I feel like treating my sun damage, too.)
    My mother SWORE by Estee Lauder’s Swiss Performing Extract. She used that faithfully for years and had the most beautiful dewy skin. Of course, then she dropped dead of a stroke, but girlfriend looked good!!

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  52. Well! That explains A LOT! I was sitting here at 7:00 LAST NIGHT ready to discuss ole Buddha.
    Harrumph.
    Anywho. I was oily-skinned for far too long and finally went the Accutane route. Which was EFFING MIRACULOUS but remember, I had thrown out my whore of a uterus (Accutane causes birth defects) and not a teenager (also causes teen depression/suicide) and a host of other things, so I’m not really recommending it. But it worked for me.
    And yes, even with the oily skin, you have to moisturize even if it sounds counterproductive.
    And since I used Accutane, now my skin, she is dry dry dry. So I have a variety of lotions that I slather on after showering, depending on my mood. A current fave is CeraVe. (I use other stuff on my face because sometimes I feel like treating my sun damage, too.)
    My mother SWORE by Estee Lauder’s Swiss Performing Extract. She used that faithfully for years and had the most beautiful dewy skin. Of course, then she dropped dead of a stroke, but girlfriend looked good!!

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  53. Thanks, June. I couldn’t make it thru the entire Barry Manilow clip, but I now have “Oh, Mandy, you came and you gave without taking” (or something like that) trapped in my brain.
    I don’t know if it was the same Carin or not, but several months ago (long after the original dustup) there was a comment from a Carin on your blog. I wondered if she was still a silent reader.

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  54. Thanks, June. I couldn’t make it thru the entire Barry Manilow clip, but I now have “Oh, Mandy, you came and you gave without taking” (or something like that) trapped in my brain.
    I don’t know if it was the same Carin or not, but several months ago (long after the original dustup) there was a comment from a Carin on your blog. I wondered if she was still a silent reader.

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  55. Thanks, June. I couldn’t make it thru the entire Barry Manilow clip, but I now have “Oh, Mandy, you came and you gave without taking” (or something like that) trapped in my brain.
    I don’t know if it was the same Carin or not, but several months ago (long after the original dustup) there was a comment from a Carin on your blog. I wondered if she was still a silent reader.

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  56. If I were Carin I would never show my face again on this blog. It’s just too risky.
    My good friend and former co-worker told me you could use Preparation H on your face for wrinkles. I told her that would be fine, just don’t lick your lips.

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  57. I think I need to get back on Retin A, used it years ago. Then used differin. That was good too. I definitely need something as FL does not agree with my skin. Or my hair. Why are my ends suddenly so frizzy? Someone tell me of a miracle product for that?
    And I have heard oily skin is your skin over compensating and making too much oil. So, moisturize and you will make less. Oh some sort of bs like that.

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  58. My sister told me about the Miracle Whip facial. Just spread MW on your face and leave it for 20 minutes, then wash off. She says that your face will be red for awhile afterward and that she had to sit outside because of the smell, but the results are wonderful. I told her that if I put Miracle Whip on my face, I would need some lunch meat and chips to go with it. Anybody else tried this “redunkulous” treatment? Apparently you just google it and the directions are there, ladies. Oh and um, Hulk….

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  59. BTW…I live in California and whenever I go to my place of birth (northern Illinois) in the summertime, sheesh, I end up with a whole crop of zits that I never experience in So. Cal. Just sayin’…

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  60. Look what happens when I step away from the computer for a few hours…now I have a list of chemicals and food products to try on my face…can’t wait! A few adult acne scars and many age spots will soon be history, right?! Please!
    I’ve been saying for years if I get enough of these age spots, I’ll have a permanent tan…

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  61. June, congratulations on the photos! They both have Talu in the centre and they’re all focused! It’s like your photographer genes have been kicked into action.
    Also, I am 23 and was told I should have started an anti-aging routine two years ago. So think of the money you’ve saved by not getting conned into this stuff in your 20s.

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