Let's Make History
Hello. It's Saturday, and there is something I would like to share with you. I believe that when women start believing that they are exactly the right age and that their age is something to celebrate, we can make a huge statement by gathering in a public place like we did back in the 60s, my generation. Be-ins, sit-ins, marches, and show the world that we are thrilled and delighted to state our age loudly and proudly by standing together in our beauty, our vitality, our spirit, and our wisdom. I really wanna make that happen.
So, let me know if you want to join me. I'm thinking San Francisco, Bay area, California, maybe Union Square or maybe Berkeley. Maybe that would be a little more fitting to history and everything that went on back in the day or someplace on Haight and Ashbury. I'm not really sure. I'm just formulating this.
So, what I was thinking, not just tens and twenties, not just hundreds, but hopefully thousands of women and girls and boys and men that want to support women in celebrating their age and showing it off to the world proudly. The press will be there. I'm gonna hand out Pro-age Revolution tee shirts for everybody. I'm probably gonna have a big-old megaphone to start spouting off all my viewpoints on age and how wonderful it is. So, I wanna build the momentum. I wanna build the interest.
Think about what we could do, the statement we can make. I think, did it rock, most definitely. And the bigger it's gonna be, the more press we get. Maybe some of these awesome women who are celebrities, you know, the Jamie Lee Curtis's, the Judi Dench's. I mean, any of these amazing actresses that are in the public eye, that are standing their ground and not caving to cosmetic surgery and botox or dying hair.
And again, I want to reiterate, I am not judging you harshly if you do those things. I get it. I understand. I'm a woman. I grew up in a society. I know how it feels to just, kind of, disappear or feel like you just looked drab and awful, and I get it.
So, blonde, brunettes, redheads, if it's out of the bottle or not, you're all invited. Come and join because we all want to know that our society loves us, accepts us, finds us valuable and even flirts with us. I'm on way past 60. And even more importantly that our daughters and our granddaughters and the great-grandkids we don't even know about will be born into a society that has them not only be excited about turning 8, and 12, and 17, and 21, they can be excited about turning 40, 50, 60, and beyond. They can be excited about their whole life for the rest of their life, and you can make that happen.
All right, that's it. Yeah, that's it. That's the idea, and that's the plan. I'm gonna be there July 27th, that's in a couple months. And I really like to be standing there with all of you. Any way you can get there walk, bike, ride a horse, take a plane, boat, swim, any way you can. Wouldn't it be unbelievable if we could all just meet there?
And, you know, some people have said to me, "Well, you gotta have a band, and you gotta have a reason to get people there and have a bunch of celebrities, so there's a draw." Like now, I don't want this to be a commercial venture. I want it to really change our society for future generations. It's something that has to come from each of us.
As you may have heard me say before, when women really get it, we really start to truly celebrate our age, celebrate our lives and not be affected by all of this clamor and sales pitch and attempt to get us to feel in doubt of ourselves and our attractiveness and our importance.
If we let that sense of being invisible as we lose our looks as we age to get to us, it's not gonna work. We have to know, really know to the depth of our souls that we are right. We are right and perfect exactly the way we are, and we don't need anything to prove it. We can stand in that knowing and just be an example.
And when that happens, people are gonna stand up and pay attention. They're gonna notice. That kid with the skateboard under his arm that's just into his thing and has all his attention on his testosterone, number one, they'll notice. They'll notice you sit in the corner of Starbucks with your silver hair and your glasses reading your book.
He's gonna notice you because you are going to feel so good in your skin and you're gonna just emanate sensuality, humanness, heartfelt wisdom. He may not even notice you notice, but he'll be aware of it on some level, and you're gonna impact his relationship with women for the rest of his life and so much more.
Okay, I'm gonna stop. I really want to hear from you, thumbs up, thumbs down, simple as that. It doesn't have to be a long post or anything. Any way you can respond to let me know, we'd be fantastic. I'm gonna be there. I'll let you know exactly what time of day and exactly where. Now I'm gonna have a big old duffle bags full of tee shirts, and I'm either gonna handle one to you, or I'm gonna hand them out to the homeless, but they're gonna to be handed out. All right. I'll see you next Saturday.
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