That’s U-nique, not Eunuch

The answer will present itself when the time is right.

I love tragic love stories. To me, they are much more memorable. You hardly remember a movie if the boy gets the girl at the end. It’s done. Tied up neatly. Life goes on. With tragic couples, you replay parts of the movie, imagining the what-if’s and why couldn’t they….? Frintstance, Bridges of Madison County, Titanic,  Broke Back Mountain, and Autumn in New York (not necessarily in that order).

There’s a line from Autumn where Winona Ryder describes her mom, “She was truly a U-nique.” And I thought she said something else. Glad that wasn’t the direction of the movie.

There’s been much discussion in our home about posting what’s popular vs. what you desire. Taking photos which appeal to the general audience? Or photograph what we like to see when we emerge from behind the lenses.

The other day, when I cracked opened my fortune cookie, it told me:

Be yourself. An original is always worth more than a copy.

I believe the Universe (or whatever higher power you believe in, if any) provides answers when we’re ready to accept them. Funnyweird, right?  Or maybe just a  co-inky-dink? So just for the record, when it come to this blog and my writing wishes, I want to be a U-nique. Not the other one, okay?

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One response to “That’s U-nique, not Eunuch

  1. J’aime vraiment votre article. J’ai essaye de trouver de nombreux en ligne et trouver le v?tre pour être la meilleure de toutes.

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