Here's a great mind-altering Girls' Night Out

Sue Daugherty
Mar 23, 2010

 

It’s tough being a person – male or female.  In my opinion, it’s emotionally draining being a woman.  Why do I think that?  So few of us are comfortable being who we are.  Me included.  Rarely do I talk to a woman who doesn’t loathe some part of herself.  If she’s not loathing her hair, then she’s loathing her thighs or maybe her rear-end or her fingernails or her even her eyebrows.   And I believe few women are comfortable/confident being who they are – including me.  My significant other points this out to me each time I apply make-up, because I don’t believe my skin is the “right” color and complexion.  Or my lips aren’t adequately colored – so I have to apply lipstick.  Only then do I feel I am “good enough” to be seen in public.  And apparently I’m not alone in adopting this belief system.  Revlon, Cover Girl, Mary Kay and others are proof of that.
 
Midnight Moon is hosting a one-woman show, performed by Marje Rody, called “Discovering Your Dame” .   A “Dame," as Marje will tell you, is someone who dares to command her own spirit, dares to live her own life and dares to love herself… warts and all.   If you are ready for an entertaining, and rejuvenating personal growth experience then let me suggest that you do yourself a favor…  Go see “Discovering Your Dame” (I did and I loved it!).  Marje is performing at Midnight Moon Metaphysical Shoppe, 186 E. Market Street, Sandusky, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10. The cost is $15.  Reserve your seat by calling Donna at 419-621-1169 or at midnightmoon@bex.net or by visiting midnightmoonmetaphysical.com.