Part 3 of 5
Obviously, most of these gals aren’t what you’d consider “old”. At least, what I’D consider old… because, to a 10-year-old, I’m considered old, so it’s all about perspective. But that’s another key to my point. When I’m 40 years old, I’ll see 50-year-old gals and think they look great. That may not happen very often NOW, but I’m only 28. If someone looks good, they look good… but as we age, our “max” of what we generally find attractive ages along with us – so that we continue to appreciate older and older members of the opposite sex as we go on. Until the time when I’ll be hitting on your grandmas, though, here are some more ladies from my CURRENT range of aesthetic appreciation…
Diane Lane – ’65
Another case of improvement with age, I think. She’s always had an interesting mix of sophisticated and low-maintenance charm.
Tea Leoni – ’66
Man.. this list is great. No matter how old she gets, I’ll always adore her laugh and its many variations. As I’ve said.. there’s more to attraction than looks. I mean, I think she’s hot, too, but…
Lori Loughlin – ’64
What young man didn’t start to REALLY enjoy “Full House” once not-yet-Aunt Becky joined the show. Even after all of this time, she looks great.
Leslie Mann – ’72
She seemed to hit age 30 and then stop aging – and, yet.. she HAS aged. BWAAAA? Plus, she married Judd Apatow, so.. that’s pretty inspiring for the rest of us.
Kelly Packard – ’75
Criminally unappreciated (yes, criminally… I will have you arrested), she’s the epitome of a “California girl” – and I think you’ll find I’m a fan of that. She’s not out and about AS much anymore, but here’s to hoping for a bold return to the business :).
Gwyneth Paltrow – ’72
A fine actress who was a part of The Royal Tenenbaums, which will always gain you points in my book. Gwyneth can’t help but look great for years to come, either, as she comes from great lineage – I was half-tempted to even put her MOM on this list.
Three down… two to go. Time, again, to test your eyes and knowledge of who I might like…