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Turning Back the Clock on Age

For a birthday present, a friend of mine got me a free pass to get a botox spa treatment. At first, I was a little offended, because I thought my friend was telling me that I looked old. My friend pointed out to me that I’m always the only one talking about how many wrinkle lines my faces has, and she thought it would be a nice way to get rid of the problem without having some kind of expensive and painful surgical procedure done. I realized my friend was right, and got the treatment done.

I’m not a really big fan of needles, so the thought of having something injected into my face made me a little nervous. I was assured that I would barely feel the needle, and the treatment would be over before I knew it. The treatment only took 10 minutes, and I was on my way. It wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. Maybe medical science has advanced from the last time I received a vaccine. After the treatment, I went out to lunch with my friend, and she complimented me on how well the treatment turned out.

While we were eating, a man sitting at a table near ours looked at me and gave me a smile. The man looked like he was 10 years younger than I was. I smiled back, and didn’t think anything of it. Then the man came over to our table and introduced himself to us. The man complimented me on my looks, and I became curious. I asked him how old he thought I was, and he gave an answer based on how I looked. I was flattered, but I told him that I was older than that. The man didn’t mind and still wanted to talk to me anyway.

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