Twenty years ago when I was 'young', the thought of plastic surgery was ridiculous. Even as close as 5 years ago I was still of this mind. I couldn't understand why anybody would want to put themselves through plastic surgery to make themselves look a bit younger. I remember thinking, "why can't people just grow old gracefully?" "Why, at 40yrs and 50yrs old, do people want to try and look 30yrs or 40yrs old?" Now though, as I am in my 'mid-life' crisis, I understand why people go out and do this to themselves! Especially in the morning! You know, that time when you wake up, full of the joys of spring, looking forward to the day/life, until you take a glimpse in the mirror! Reality hits you! Is that really me looking back? When did I start collasping? I used to be able to 'slap on' the 'face lift' and feel 'normal' again! But as the grooves get bigger and the flesh becomes saggier, I find myself doing a Robbin Williams in the film 'HOOK', pulling back the skin and saying 'Oh, there you are"! Now if it wasn't that I was such a 'wimp', and I had plenty of cash, I would be banging on the door of the nearest plastic surgeon and having that little 'nip and tuck'! What about you? (if you're under 35, you can only answer if you are going to be nice!) Have you got to that stage yet where a face lift doesn't seem so 'ridiculous' anymore?