Jejeje, doesn't matter XD Let me explain you the difference x.x
When you say “señora” in Spanish literally means (in a respectful manner) “woman not virgin” but commonly refers to “mature woman” or “woman who is mother”; and, when you say “señorita” literally means “woman virgin” but it’s taken like “pretty young woman” or “young woman without children” x.x
Jejejeje xD so, I’m considered myself a “señorita” yet. And you evie2001? *w* Are you a señorita too?
Jejeje, also, a man can be called “señor” if he is old, but if you call him “señorito” because he is young it could sound funny! And refers to a “young man with delicate manners” –w-