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Tuesday, December 15, 2009



When I am an old woman,
forget wearing purple
I already do.
It’s today that matters
Your life’s for you.

So, when I am an old woman,
I shall wear sparkles
and bedlah
and veils
and carry zills
and fill my ears with ancient songs
and my heart with thrills

If Natty gets to be who he is, don’t we?

Beauty is what this woman is all about. Beauty transcends body type and age. Beauty is about what radiates from your soul, and how apparent your joy is.

1 comment

Very nice quote. Shouldn't everyone get to be who they are, at least some of the time? We all get censored a bit and have to "behave" in order to make society happy. I've always thought that it's a bit unfair, that "our" kids, with ones with autism, have to be better than perfect to fit in, but that the rotten little gaggle of kids running through the malls these days can be brats. I have to say those mall kids sometimes don't like me very much. As they are running through the books and Barnes and Noble, I tell them to stop running a act "appropriately". Oh well!

— added by miti on Wednesday, December 16, 2009 at 8:15 am

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