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Picture by Belovodchenko Anton

What a show off.  I thought about Lorelai Gilmore breaking her leg.  “I took the blonde pretzel chick down with me,” she explained to her mother, admitting she was “too competitive for yoga.”  If only I could bring this woman down, but even the blond pretzel chick was not at her level.  Who shows up for yoga in high healed boots?  Her figure was perfect, but something about the poses she did were disjointed and awkward.  Her face was a blank canvas, not in pain, but not serene either.  Was she one of those rich people who moved mechanically through life without enjoying it?  Even though I envied her body, I did not envy her life.

 Eliabeth Hawthorne

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