SOUL SURGERY: exercises in inquiry
with Carol L. Skolnick, Coach/Facilitator
How adorable! I agree with your Auntie.
The thought "Carol has chubby legs" never occured to me. Neither would the thought that chubby legs banish adults from the pantheon of cuteness.There's a 1960's home movie of me saying "that's all folks". Some things never change.
Well, Carol,To be able to comment properly, I think you'd have to show us some of those 49-year old body parts, no?:-)Fabrice
Gosh, I was inviting a philosophical discussion of why our judgments of such things change, but hey, I'll bite...Marianne - You're right, in many ways I am quite the same. See below.Paul - Well, I like your story about me better. :) I only wish I had audio/video of me (in a wheelchair, yet) at age 8 or 9 doing Bugs Bunny doing Lionel Barrymore. "You can't send that boy to prison!"Fabrice - The gams will be on display, one night only, at the Actor's Theatre, Santa Cruz, Nov. 14, for 10 minutes. (I'm taking part of a show called "Spotlife," which consists of original solo performances. My piece is called "Thunderthighs: The Musical.) Should be fun, if I live through it!
I hope that someone records a video of you next Wednesday. I would love to see it, if that happens.
Very cute, nice blog, and good luck with that bicycle. Remember-- there's no hurry to get anywhere-- take it slow. (I've posted a lot about my bike)
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