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329 pages, Hardcover
First published October 28, 2014
The eighties were a strange time for teenage fashion. We wore silk blouses and shoulder pads, neon earrings and jodhpur pants. Come to think of it, our pants were especially weird. We also wore stirrup pants, parachute pants, and velvet knickers. It was a real experimental pant time. We curled our hair and sprayed it until it was crunchy and high. We wore jewel tones and too much makeup. With the exception of a few naturally beautiful girls who knew how to balance all of these elements, we looked ridiculous.
"It takes years as a woman to unlearn what you have been taught to be sorry for. It takes years to find your voice and seize your real estate."
People are their most beautiful when they are laughing, crying, dancing, playing, telling the truth, and being chased in a fun way.
How a person treats their waitress is a great indication of their character.
That is the motto women should constantly repeat over and over again. Good for her! Not for me.