Reverse Question with Forrest: Who Would you Choose?
In Too Far to Walk you tell the story of how Jackie Kennedy visited your gallery and stayed in the guesthouse there. It seems she made quite the impression on you. What was it that you most admired about her? ~ thanks j
Thanks for reminding me Jenny.
Like with most Americans I had a preconceived notion about Jackie Kennedy. I saw her as being gentle, refined, and highly sophisticated. I was impressed by the easiness with which she could mingle among world leaders.
You can imagine how I felt when she walked into my office one night wearing my white flannel robe, her hair tied up with my white towel, and barefooted. She had just showered in our guest house and wanted to talk. Let that image soak in for a minute. I might have felt out of place, but she wouldn’t let me. I loved her for being so secure in herself.
Which reminds me Jenny, if you could have a two hour dinner, just the two of you, and converse with anyone who ever lived in the history of the world; Who would you choose, and why? I’m interested in the opinions of your bloggers also. f
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