What's all this business about French Christmas?

  • My name—Noël—has been mispronounced, mislabeled, and mistaken since my parents bestowed it upon me one snowy March afternoon. It wasn't until a friend nicknamed me "French Christmas" that it came into focus. How much would our lives change if we could just see things differently?

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December 14, 2010

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Kim

What an awesome response, especially the rudder-not-sail image. And I'm so glad to hear that yoga brings that all together for you. My forebears are short, stocky types, too, so I know the pleasure of feeling like you're in the right body when the rest of the world thinks otherwise.

Stay warm :)

Divamover

There is beauty in diversity, and in self-acceptance. Thos emoments of feeling at home in your own skin are *priceless.*

Abigail

Wow....I think even our bodies are pretty similar! I was just feeling this way today. And then I saw the "body image" tag on your side bar. AND then I saw my blog. Thanks for putting it up there, what a dear you are!

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