I loved Marlo Thomas in the 1960s TV show of That Girl. She appeared recently on the Today Show with a new edition of her bestselling 1972 children’s book titled Free to Be You and Me. I hardly recognized her. She’s 70 years old but her perfect face made her look like someone else. Only her deep voice gave her away. I’m all for physical improvements, but her book touts the theme of “accept how you look and who you are.” When I’m 70, my arms will be flapping in the breeze and my boobs will be dragging on the floor and the skin on my face will have enough spots to play dot-to-dot. But, I’ll be free to be me.