Friday, May 22, 2009

SKiN ©2009: The Script, The Book & The Odyssey: The May 22, 2009 Segment

Chicago, IL USA

Friday arrives (again) for the 21ST official Faux Fur Fridays. And with Weather playing in and along to this Eventological Holidate, the Temps here in Chicagoland make us wear our coats -- so that our Faux Fur Jackets from months ago can still be worn. If and when (which is the prevailing Question) the Weather does warm up, every Animal Print and Faux Fur Apparel can still be worn.
This week, we examined how Lewis Carroll's Alice In Wonderland (from 1865) and SKiN (my Script from 2009) matched up in various ways. After 144 years, it's interesting to note that leading Topics are still of interest as Story Lines although all Authors do digress. That's what makes us Story Writers and Story Tellers. Both Pieces used Animals in order to stress their Point(s) and used in Conversations to convey the meaning that was interchanged. Of course, Man really does not know what the Animals are saying but can only 'assume' by the Interactions We play with them and have observed and subsequently recorded.
It's hard enough to know what Members of our own Family -- our own Skins -- mean let alone another Species; however, adhering to the Principles laid out by the Golden Rule works each and every Time.

For still more SKiNsights (SKiN + Insights = SKiNsights) into this Writing, please check back Tomorrow.

Posted on Monday, May 22, 2009 – at 12:53 PM CST
By: ASK: Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith
Author: SKiN ©2009


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