A friend, who shall remain nameless, was visiting the cosmetic counter at Belk's the other day when she made a horrifying discovery. She was in search of a new brand of makeup, since her favorite brand has been discontinued.
Finding a new brand of makeup is about like trying to buy a new bra when they no longer make the style you've worn for years, so she tried out samples of lots of things. As each one was applied, she gave her face a close scrutiny in the giant mirror on the counter. And that's when she saw it—a rather large lump right on her jaw line.
"What's that awful growth?" she wondered. "Do I have cancer?"
Turning her face to the other side, she was more astonished to see an identical growth on her right jaw. She felt them gently with her fingertips. There was no pain, so it didn't appear that she had injured herself.
It was then that she placed an index finger on each cheek, pushing her skin upward. Miraculously, the growths disappeared.
"They were gravity sags!" she disgustedly announced. "When did that happen?"
"Yep," I said. "It happens to most of us."
My advice to her was this—don't ever look down at a mirror!