- July 23 -

Gorgeous Grandma Day

On Gorgeous Grandma Day we celebrate those 50s and over women who live to get the most out of their lives. The ones who cherish themselves as much as their family, and most importantly simply exude a love for life. That's certainly a beautiful attitude and we appreciate all the positive energy that...

Gorgeous Grandma Day

On Gorgeous Grandma Day we celebrate those 50s and over women who live to get the most out of their lives. The ones who cherish themselves as much as their family, and most importantly simply exude a love for life. That's certainly a beautiful attitude and we appreciate all the positive energy that those gorgeous grandmas bring to the rest of us.

Everybody loves their grandma, but there's a strong chance that you see your great grandmother in a rather simple fashion. From the age of 50 onward, society seems to take a dim view of those that continue to go on dates, dress glamorously and enjoy a hectic lifestyle. Gorgeous Grandma Day takes place on July 23 and is intended to celebrate the spirit and life of all those over the age of 50 who aren't yet prepared to resign themselves to a quiet life.

The Gorgeous Grandma Web site outlines the exciting values of this special group of people. This day is about remembering that you have your whole life ahead of you, not behind you. It's about people that want to get the most out of every day and 'want to thrive, not just survive.' There's particular focus on dating, with a concerted effort to help older women enjoy and feel positive about dating, as opposed to the conventional view that all men are a waste of time. If there's a gorgeous grandma in your life, then you should take the opportunity to remind her, and buy a special gift on July 23.

Gorgeous Grandma Day is the perfect opportunity to reaffirm the relationship that you share with your grandmother. She won't be around forever, so miss no opportunity in ensuring that she continues to live a happy, exciting and vibrant life. July 23 is just the start.
Source:
http://oaklawn.patch.com/groups/announcements/p/gorgeous-grandma-day-july-23rd
http://www.life123.com/holidays/more-holidays/july-holidays/spotlight-on-gorgeous-grandma-day.shtml

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