Monthly Archives: August 2008

Picture Perfect (Almost)

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Do you take a good picture? Is your photograph a true likeness? Does anyone really know what he/she looks like? Are pictures today too touched-up? Picture Perfect (Almost) It was a beautiful picture. She looked stunning. The increasing puffiness under her left eye Gone. The furrowed brow smoothed over And the fuzzy bangs Now silky. […]

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What Is the Most Valuable Thing in Mary Wells’s Life? (Clue: It Doesn’t Cost a Thing)

Love — in all its forms. For me, without it, nothing is of value including intelligence and talent.

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The One Song That Inspires Mary Wells

“Everything” as sung by Barbra Streisand.

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The Gloves

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A story of fear and trembling … Do you have fears? How do you overcome them? Are you counterphobic? (i.e., doing what scares you to prove you’re okay) The Gloves Amelia E. Peterson was not a white-knuckle Flier. She was a white-knuckle person, But She wore gloves. White gloves to cover her fears. Never revealing […]

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What Three Words Would Mary Wells Use to Title Her Obituary?

“It’s worth saving.”

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