Some have written to say that they need further explication of the photos in yesterday's post, "As God Is My Witness."
The top picture in that post is a really great silhouette of Hillary Clinton vowing to press on in the face of increasing obstacles. Her tenacity, her determination, her strength and stubbornness all were so apparent in the photograph. As I looked at it, there was something familiar about it. It took awhile for me to figure out what it was.
And then it dawned on me -- it was a classic scene from a major motion picture.
Most of us tend to live as though our own experience is similar to the experience of others. It didn't occur to me until I started getting the curious emails that perhaps not all of my readers have seen "Gone With the Wind" ten or twelve times. At least.
The second picture in yesterday's post is another tenacious, determined, strong and impressively stubborn woman: Scarlett O'Hara. In the picture, turnip in hand, she raises her arm to declare, "As God is my witness, I'll never be hungry again!"
And look, now, to the left of this post. Someone's captured the scene in fabric! How cool is that!