This is me. No, really, this is me!!!!
If only this was so. Do I have a bikini body? Hell no, did I ever, hell yes!
Fact is once upon a time, when I was younger, I had a curvy and slim body that seemed to defy the laws of gravity. Everything was pert and perky, and I couldn’t help but feel like a walking work of art. Heads turned wherever I went, and I reveled in the attention. Oh, those were the days! The days when my boobies were like bouncing beach balls.
But alas, time has a way of playing its tricks on us, and here I am at the age of 57, facing a rather amusing twist of fate. The mirror has become my unforgiving accomplice, reflecting the changes that life has etched on my once youthful form. The boobies, once proudly perky, now gently sways with a mind of its own, as if longing for the days of its upright glory. In fact, I haven’t seen my nipples recently!
And then there are my upper arms, once so toned and firm. They were the envy of my friends, always ready to show off in sleeveless dresses. But now, they have earned a new moniker: flappy wings. They have developed a unique ability to flap in the wind, as if they’re auditioning for a cameo in a seagull ballet. Birds passing by must find it quite amusing.
But let’s not forget my dear belly, my loyal companion that has decided to embrace a new role as a chubby, flappy stomach apron. Once toned and lovely. It’s as if it has taken on a life of its own, ready to provide a soft cushion for resting cups of tea or serve as a makeshift shelf for a snack on the go. Then I bore children and became a food lover.
Life has a funny way of reminding us that time marches on, leaving its marks in unexpected places. But you know what? I’ve learned to find joy in the absurdity of it all. I’ve embraced my saggy boobs as a testament to a life well-lived, my flappy upper arms as a reminder of the they we’re once waving in the air at night clubs, and my belly apron as a symbol of comfort and self-acceptance.
So here’s to the journey of life, and unexpected saggy surprises. Let’s raise a glass and toast to laughter—to finding humor in the face of change and embracing our quirks, for they are what make us beautifully human, no matter the shape or size.
So into the Metaverse I go to find my bikini ready beach body.
Malibu bikini from Entice a new group gift
The Buzios Sun Loungers from Chez Moi
Aurore necklace from Orsini
HDPRO Majer soft head from CATWA
Lullaby hair from Truth
Manon skin from the Skinnery in toffee
Classic mesh body from Legacy