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I’m so happy for you, Angela! You’re doing it!
Thank you, Emma. I think it’s only going to get better from here. Looking forward to where my journey takes me.
Excellent! You look sensational and I’m glad you survived this bear encounter 😀
He was saying “Sir … “ and I completely ignored him.
Hey, Angela! I am sort of your neighbor – I live in the San Fernando Valley. My dad lived in San Bernardino as a kid and I can still recall visits to my grandparents there. Anyway, congrats on your successful museum visit. Was it the L.A Co. Museum of Natural History, perchance? (That bear looks a bit familiar . . .)
It was the San Bernardino County Museum. A very nice museum — not too large, so easy to visit in one morning or afternoon.
It is always a rush to get referred to as “ma’am” or a “lady”, have a door held open for you or have drivers stop to let you cross. I never get tired of it.
Having a driver stop for me? I never considered that one. I might not want to press that one, though, or it might be the end if Angela.
Girl, looking like that, I’ll hold a door open for you, and pull your dinner chair out anytime!! As we say in the south, “Yes, ma’am!!”
I so love that you are sharing these stories and insight with us. As you already know, I live vicariously through these stories, and I treasure your friendship immensely. But it’s something special that you are making your dreams come true, and not letting fear get the best of you. Can’t wait to see every photo, and hear every story. Always, Gemma
Thank you, my dear friend. I might post one more photo down the road, because I have one more story to tell about Angela’s public debut. But really, all the photos are repetitive — a selfie of me with an exhibit over my right shoulder. I cherish those photos, but you all would get tired of them very quickly.
What a fun adventure! Your makeup looks great.
Thank you for the compliment regarding my makeup. This was the very first time, after more than a dozen attempts, that I was able to get my false eyelashes to fit perfectly. A small task for some, but a major accomplishment for me!
How wonderful for you. I wish I had a female voice, but I never take the time to practice and most people I interact with know me anyway so why bother
I don’t really have a female voice either, but I wasn’t planning on using it in the museum. And yet a couple of times the museum ladies engaged me in conversation. And of course I couldn’t be rude and not talk. Looking back, it’s the one part of my public debut that I was least prepared for. But in life, people sometimes want to take to you. Next time I’ll be better prepared for that.
Well done Angela it must have made your day, I would watch out for that bear behind you though X
Hugs Rozalyn X
If you think that bear was worrisome, you should see my selfie with the woolly mammoth and saber-tooth tiger behind me.