Thank you. I have not read her debut but I will get to it now that I’ve read this one. I like the way she writes her characters and dysfunctional families fascinate me.
Let me ask you this, is she looking for attention on her physical appearance or the lessons she’s attempting to impart? Which one is more important to her? It is obvious what choice she has made. Feeling free to express yourself can be done by dressing more appropriately for the venue and audience. Race has nothing to do with it. Sexuality? That would be left up to the interpreter.
Thanks for the awesome response Esther. Yes, that concept of constantly having to work your account can get overwhelming very quickly. 170 plus a day is very impressive. I opted for the long meandering scenic route, very slow but knowing too well about the burnout aspect, I decided this approach would work best for me.
I hear you. Thanks for sharing. It’s a conundrum for many of us, for many reasons depending on context. No rule book, changes a plenty. Math under duress is not a good mix. Figuring out what works for me, periodically reassessing, and staying consistent has been my only salvation.
Did you see the movie Roger? No, I don’t believe you did since you did not address it at all. The movie is not about Andy Wakefield.
You didn’t read my review either because you obviously missed the line that read:
“Do not even speak to it until you do.”
Thanks for your comment. It made me think of how I never wanted to be the “cool parent” with the home where all the kids wanted to hang out. You know, the ones who have the Costco sized bags and packages of edible junk everywhere and a huge microwave to go with them. I refused to be that parent and yes, I was actually criticized via my kids friends…