"My wrinkles are my life."
-- Macon McDavid, 70
"I went into a black hole when my son died in 2003. I didn't even look in a mirror for about three years. Then my doctor told me that if I didn't start living my life, I'd die. That got my attention. I started really seeing myself again. I know a lot of my wrinkles are frown lines, but I also know that even more are from laughing. I have earned each wrinkle, and I'm happy to have every single one."
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