At twenty-nine, the ticking of the biological clock becomes especially unnerving for many a woman and she begins to worry about time running out on her. In this day and age, with modern medicine retrieving the most fragile of fetuses and menopause taking its merry time about showing up, women could wait until thirty-nine to get panic-stricken, but the symbolic significance of twenty-nine has not loosened its hold on us yet.

Thirty-seven, on the other hand, is the age at which a woman traditionally realizes the fulfillments of biology aren't all they were cut out to be. Lucy Jordan was thirty-seven when she went running naked through the streets. And she probablly wasn't the only one.