The Girl Inside: Wordless Wednesday

Look at this girl. This girl loves full-length skirts and fearlessly twisted her long-sleeve shirt into a halter top. This girl raises her chin at a jaunty angle. This girl is sassy. This girl still lives inside me, and from time to time, she comes out to play.

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Look at that belly.

 

So who lives inside of you?

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15 responses to “The Girl Inside: Wordless Wednesday

  1. No wonder you’re so attractive today; its been multiplied by 4 feet, more savvy & sexiness, and a bigger heart! Wow! You sprouted NICELY Renee!😉

    Who lives inside me? On certain days it’s Michael “Squints” Palledorous and Scotty Smalls (both of The Sandlot), or the ‘slickness’ of Johnny Bravo (of Cartoon Network), or Denys Finch-Hatton (of Out of Africa), in specific circumstances Christian Grey (of 50 Shades) minus any humiliating, and Lt. Dunbar of Dances With Wolves. Multiple personality disorder? Don’t answer that!

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  2. Look at how cute you are!!! Long-waisted even back then, says the girl whose last rib ends where her hip bone starts.

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  3. I think there’s a bug-eyed little boy who can’t figure out what happened to him.

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  4. A fashion plate back when she was just a little saucer!

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  5. I’ve been asking myself that question for a while now.

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  6. You are SO CUTE in this picture. Inside me? A midwesterner who loves thrift store treasures and delights in simple things.🙂

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  7. What a sweet, sweet little girl! I remember loving to play dress-up but have no pictures and no memories of what I wore. My granddaughters loved to play dress-up and would dress-up their younger brother, too. Now they are all teenagers and dressing up takes on new meaning.

    I am not sure who lives inside of me. I think I caught a glimpse of her as I leafed through Writers and Books latest brochure. Red Sugar, looking at poets and poetry from the feminist movement. Oh my!! I just realized that it was thirty years ago, or more, that my best friend took to me to hear Lucille Clifton read at Brockport, one of the Red Sugars mentioned by W&B. I was far from a child when I heard Ms. Clifton read, but I have been filled with Red Sugar for as long as I remember.

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