by Angi Ingalls
PCOS in ConnecTion
Over the years there have been some questions and thoughts that keeps arising for me. Hoping God will finally make these things a reality. So, I thought maybe I’d put them down on paper – er, computer, and share my bewildering reflections.
Why can’t pimples be brown? It would be so easy to pass them off as moles or freckles. I’ll let you in on a little secret, I have been known to color some pimples with a brown eyeliner then covered it lightly with cover-up to give that ‘mole’ impression. It’s great for that big event – and we get a little umph of Marilyn in our lives.
Why do the colored hairs fall out and not the grey ones? Better than A) passing them off as blondes with highlights or B) plucking them – which only adds to the hairloss situation.
Why can’t soaking in a tub of water get rid of wrinkles? Imagine the money we would save from buying containers and tubes to go through our beauty rituals – earth friendly too. Please recycle.
Great, scientists have finally recognized chocolate has healthy aspects to it, not to mention taming a woman’s wild beast of desire. So listen up FDA, it’s really time to add chocolate as a food group somewhere on the pyramid, don’t ya think? “Eat all of your chocolate, young lady.” “Oh, ok, ma.”
I think it’s time that for every hair we pluck, we shall be granted 1 pound weight loss. Ha? Ha? Ya! Please? Ok, how about a half a pound? Work with me, here.
“A penny for your thoughts” should be direct deposited right into my bank account. Not only would I be well off, my ramblings would be much more appreciated.
What would you like to add?
Angi Ingalls; PCOS in ConnecTion
Guest PCOS writer
Educator for over 18 years
Diagnosed in 1985 at 12, living with PCOS since 1981
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