I don’t need help with my buty
My oldest daughter was trying on a swimsuit. As I waited I walked through the underwear section. At the end of the aisle was Buty Pant. Apparently I may sometimes need a buty. Well, it was suppose to be natural looking, and it did have a contoured form to resemble a curvacous bottom. Some one in marketing was trying to find an insecurity to market a new product to. I don’t want my bottom to look like anyone elses. Then when they see me, they may wonder. Is that real?
I like the way I am. The gray hair is me. I walk right past the hair dyes in pharmacy on my way to the toothpaste. I don’t mind someone mistaking me for my husband’s mother. Or my children’s grandmother. Well, maybe a little. But not enough to change the color of my hair. If all woman die their hair to hide the gray. Then the ones who have gray hair really look old.
I checked out my Curve on the Levi Web-site, and according to my measurements I have a bold curve. But in the store I was measured and told I had a slight curve. So who really knows. But one thing I do know for sure.
I won’t be buying a Buty Pant.
About Pamela Hodges
My name is Pamela Hodges. I am a writer and an artist. I write to encourage and to bring laughter. I paint cats, draw cartoons and write books for children and grown ups.