To Botox or Not to Botox


My most recent article “To Botox or Not to Botox” is up and running today on  Now hold on there, it may not be exactly what you think.  But, I promise two things:  you will get a laugh and find out one of my husbands deep, dark secrets.  How can you resist?

It starts out like this:

For some time now, I’ve been wondering whether or not to get Botox. Don’t tell me you haven’t thought about it, too. No really, don’t tell me, because the truth is, we would all just about give our front teeth (that can then be replaced with perfect porcelain veneers of course) for a chance to forgo the wrinkling part of aging.

My first encounter with the idea of Botox was

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And don’t worry,

(No actual scientific knowledge was abused, or even, well, used, in the writing of this article).

7 responses

  1. Long live Keith Richards! Hahaha. I too have the forehead wrinkles but think they give character. (Says me at 37. Talk to me at 45, I might be singing a different tune…)

  2. (No actual scientific knowledge was abused, or even, well, used, in the writing of this article)…funny. very funny. not sure how i feel about all the botox stuff. it is a form of botulism, right!?!? doesn’t seem quite right injecting that into your face. but, i don’t know…

    the porcelain veeners, thou!?!?

  3. Haha, that made me laugh! I am also not sure what to think about botox. Honestly, I wouldn’t mind a little procedure of whatever kind if something really starts to bother me, and I don’t know why people always frown. After all, we all do a little something to look better, right? We use makeup, dye our hair, use all kinds of push-up or push-down garments… So what’s the big deal? BUT what I don’t like about botox is that people don’t look natural anymore, and for me, looking natural is always the more attractive option. Let’s hope that bangs stay in fashion…

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