I’m Afraid People Will Laugh at Me


London’s Evening Standard from 1966: “Three girls, one of them named Twyla Tharp, appeared at the Albert Hall last evening and threatened to do the same tonight.” So what? Thirty-seven years later I’m still here.

— Twyla Tharp, The Creative Habit

I was at Borders over the weekend and found the Twyla Tharp book. I wasn’t looking for it. It was on the Software Development shelf. It shouldn’t have been there but it was, so I felt that it was my destiny to buy it and read it.

It was meant to be . . .

  1 comment for “I’m Afraid People Will Laugh at Me

  1. MS
    4 May 2009 at 10:04 pm

    More of your feminine side showing itself, Aphrodite.

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