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Being Bodacious: Recreating Ourselves Daily

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Rev. Clay Nelson © 22 May 2016

Opening words are from Willie by Maya Angelou

I’m a sucker for a good romantic movie. One of my all time favourites is An Officer and a Gentleman. It was here in 1982 I first heard the word “bodacious.” One wannabe gentleman used it to describe particular body parts of a voluptuous woman attractive to nursing infants. Seven years later the word made a revival in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. Bill tells Ted at the end of their adventure, “You and I have witnessed many things, but nothing as bodacious as what just happened.” Continue reading Being Bodacious: Recreating Ourselves Daily