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By Sharon Grehan-Howes
It's strange one minute you are jet-setting all over the world attending the most incredible parties, meeting the most amazing people and the next you find yourself plunked back down in a humdrum everyday existence. Just because you committed the cardinal sin of aging.
I didn't feel any different, in fact I felt great but as the assignments dropped off I had to come to terms with the harsh realities of my profession.
I decided after my career ended that getting an education was a top priority.
It was a difficult decision as I had been away from school for quite a few years. I worked very, very hard, attended summer school and worked with a tutor until finally I caught up with my people my own age.
It will be such a joy to graduate with my friends and move on to junior high.
I've had one of the longest cover modeling careers in history. I started at 11 and I was gracing top magazine covers all over the world right up until last year when I got a laugh line.
I've heard that most senior models can move on to runway modeling but it's an area that has never interested me.
I don't really like airports.
I've always been the 'girl next-door' type so it was in keeping with my image that I would opt for a more traditional (some may say boring!) role.
I married an aging rock star and settled in Mustique with my husband and my two little girls; Messiah and Pebla.
It was sooooo weird. One minute you're hot, the next minute you're not.
Immediately after my career ended, I started my own line of designer clothing. I figured there was a market for women like me so I designed a wonderful line for the six foot ninety pound woman.
Unfortunately I only sold six outfits
But I have a new project coming up that I know is a sure fire winner. I've been asked to pen "The Ultimate Supermodel Cookbook".
I just know that will do well.
© Sharon Grehan-Howes