Like most of us one time or another, they are trapped by an uncaring world and by their own shortcomings. It’s a condition familiar to anyone who has ever felt defeated and estranged — rich, poor, loved and unloved, and it’s what gives Grey Gardens its emotional resonance.
Women love new clothes, right? The answer these days is: not so much. Today I read that in England women are buying less clothes.
I wish I could tell the 96% of women who doubt their looks, that they are not insignificant; for centuries women have inspired paintings and poems and stories and songs. They have been the subject of masterpieces. Art is beauty, and therefore they as women are beautiful.
It seems only appropriate that the holiday season should be infused with a bit of shine, even if it is in the plastic form of sequins.
My (Linda LaRoche) interview by Marie Therese Norris of The French Touch:
I’ve made friends on the Internet. There is one gal whose blog I read, who happens to be French and grew up in Corsica, http://www.garancedore.fr/en/. She resides in New York, writes in English and her audience is American. To me, she has the natural beauty of Audrey Hepburn. A gal who loves a good laugh…