I know the most obvious answer to this question is women. We're the ones more concerned with our age, right? Once our appearance is gone....what's left? Well, in my marriage it has been the exact opposite. My husband started using Rogaine years ago and even continued through our lean years when we didn't have any extra money. I know he also looked into plugs, but we definitely couldn't afford those and he couldn't get them done without me finding out anyway. He's had his hair colored and touches up his beard to get rid of the gray. He's a blonde so it's not that noticable to begin with....I'm a brunette and my gray could stop traffic. When he moved back into the house, he brought wrinkle cream with him! Again, we've been struggling terribly financially. Now he's getting stuff in the mail about Lasik surgery. I wear glasses all the time and he's just recently needed them for reading! The only thing I can figure is that he wants to look good when he goes out looking. I just can't get over how vain this man is! Okay, I'm done.....have at it!
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