It’s Friday, and I have a subscription to US Weekly. It was a gift. From a friend.
Because I kept reading her copies. Oh well, secret’s out. You won’t see a copy of James Joyce’s Ulysses hanging around in my bathroom. Of course, you won’t see US Weekly either, because that’s gross.
Most of it is exactly what you would expect, but sometimes, in the The Body Issue of all things, certain celebrities have some interesting things to say.
“I really love myself. I’m comfortable in my own skin.”
– Charlize Theron
“My Grandmother wore daisy dukes until she was 70! She loved her legs. And my mom wore plunging necklines. They were good examples for me.”
– Jessica Alba
“I’m pretty healthy so I think that helps a lot. I’ve been that way for a long time – 20 solid years of eating vegetarian, vegan and taking care of myself.”
– Jared Leto
I know. It’s right there, on the tip of your tongue – if I looked like that, I’d love and take care of myself too. Thanks, genetics!
But what about just caring deeply about yourself? And then drawing nourishment from the well of love you have for yourself? How would you behave?
Differently or the same?