When it comes to aging, baby boomers are putting up a good fight.
The tidal wave of people born between 1946 and 1964 is a group that tries to stay young.
"Years ago, when people turned 40, they're were considered old and they started dressing in old people's clothes," said my mother many years ago.
Our great grandparents were considered old at age 40, and they looked the part.
At that age, women often started wearing black dresses with lace-edge collars, as seen in old family portraits.