It’s the same time of the day. Still, the days are a little shorter. I notice, that although I’m sitting in the same place, at the same time of day, there’s a little more light coming in my west-facing window. Although after one day, 98% of those asked “Which hand looks younger?” picked the correct one. One person picked one and said it looked “stronger.” [tweetthis]Some people just aren’t very good test participants in scientific studies. [/tweetthis] Golldarnit. (Reminder: on one hand I apply some of the magical wrinkle removing cream, twice a day.) I’m wearing the same clothes, so that color won’t skew the data.
This week is the first week that I see a difference between my two hands. What do you think? Does one hand look “younger?”
Please try to overlook the manicure. I’m going to a wedding Saturday. I asked the women at the salon which hand they thought look younger. Every single one picked the correct hand, without hesitation. Same thing when I volunteered this morning.
By the time I get through the six weeks of my experiment, I’m going to show you a little video. I can’t believe how the cream is improving skin elasticity. By the way, I put the cream on first thing in the morning, and right before bed, so it’s been at least 8 hours. I only say that, because the change is more than temporary.
Here’s what it’s doing for my face. I can’t see any difference. Can you.
Oh, I got a new hair product, too. A tiny bit of powdery substance, and my hair has more fluffiness, without too much frizz. What do you think?
Tomorrow, I’m on my way to Chicago Writers’ Conference. I’ll be pitiching my novel on Sunday. Wish me luck.