I had small breasts for years, really small. Didn’t-need-a-bra small. Now they’re bigger and droopy. Priority to have fixed: 1
I never had washboard abs, but now they’re more like the entire washtub. Even if I lose 40 pounds, my stomach will still look tubby. Priority to lose weight, and then have my stomach fixed: 8.92
I always had thin arms. They’re still on the thin side, but the skin that hangs from them must be hidden at all times. Priority to have my arms fixed: .5
I had my ears pierced when I was 17 and always loved hanging earrings. Now I can’t wear most hanging earrings because the holes have stretched and my earlobes look awful. Priority to have my earlobes fixed: 2
My hair used to be thick and curly. Now it’s thin and semi curly, semi frizzy. Sometimes I think I’m getting a bald spot in the front. Priority to avoid baldness, even if I have to buy a $4,000 wig: 10
My memory used to be razor sharp. Now, I’ve got to write notes to remember everything that’s important. I loved the show “Breaking Bad” and saw all the episodes over a few days a few months ago, yet it took me a few minutes to recall the story line. Priority to keep my memory as intact as possible, even though I sadly don’t have much control over it: 10
My thighs and hips have never resembled those of Natalie Portman, but now they look more like Kirsty Alley’s. Priority to get them more in shape: 6.8
Despite the fact my body isn’t in the tiptop shape it once was, my emotional shape is better than ever. I’ve actually never felt as good about myself. I wouldn’t trade how I feel for the best breasts, abs or arms in town.