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Re: Aging... by notquitenglish on 2 October 2003 5:40am
 
It's funny, though...
Palin is just three years older than my own father, who has absolutely no wrinkles. Palin's got a lovely, healthy, cheerful face and just seeing him makes me smile, so what does it matter how old he looks?
 
Re: Aging... by irishmanufan on 2 October 2003 10:26pm
 
agredd . my mother is well she won;t let me tell anyone her age but she is her age most people thing she is about 20 years younger then she relly is . who cares how old our beloved michael is or what age he loks like he is a very hansome man thats all that counts . i am with notquitenglish on this issue .
peace love and ice cream
Linda
 
Re: Aging... by hanne_the_half_a_bee on 5 October 2003 5:23am
 
Michael will always be the right age. He is more than handsome and he is amazingly sweet. I don't care how old he looks, he will always be Michael. And he has that spark that shows when he really smiles and laughs. *sigh* I don't know how but this has turned into me drivveling....
 
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