Wednesday, September 5, 2012

First Lady Michelle Obama - Woman in Love

Michelle Obama's speech was a love letter to Barack Obama.





We are fascinated with everything about Michelle Obama, from her bangs to her style of mothering, the way she walks and the fashions she wears. 


Michelle Obama
Michelle Obama
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Michelle Obama's Bangs


Personally, I don't like bangs anymore. I used to wear them many years ago but I decided bangs, especially long bangs that reach the eyebrows, covered too much of my face. When I looked into the mirror when I was wearing long bangs, I began to wonder what I was trying to hide? I'm not saying Michelle Obama is trying to hide anything but my long bangs made me take a second look and change my hairstyle to an off-the-face side sweep.

My friend, Deborah Willis, who included photographs from my collection in her book, Reflections in Black: a history of Black Photographers 1840-Present, published a stunning collection of her own photographs of Michelle Obama, Michelle Obama: The First Lady in Photographs  in 2009 before the First Lady changed her hairstyle to bangs.

We have not been so interested in a First Lady's fashion since First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy changed the way American women dressed and styled their hair. Like Jacqueline Kennedy, Michelle Obama's dresses, casual wear, shoes, jewelry, makeup and fingernails are scrutinized closely. Who chose her nail color? I am surprised no one inquired about the First Lady's undies. She looks so fit. Does she wear Spanx?

Inaugural Ball, Barack Michelle Obama card
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But most of all, we are fascinated with the romantic love affair between Michelle and Barack Obama. 

This is the first White House romance between the first couple we have witnessed up close and personal like this, such an obvious sexual attraction--the heat--when they appear together on television or one talking about the other. Many first couples may have loved each other, but not so openly as these two show how they are still smitten by each other with electricity sparking between them. If it is an act, it is a convincing one.

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The speech proved Michelle Obama is a woman in love with a man she considers the sexiest and most romantic man on earth. That's OK. We should all be so fortunate to have a person like that in our lives. And we should not be afraid or ashamed to express how we feel about the person. There is something attractive about a person who is in love with a person who returns the love. 

LETS STAY TOGETHER by Al Green
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Michelle and Barack aren't pretending affection for one another. He seems to adore her. It's written all over Barack's face when he is looking at Michelle, talking about her or singing Al Green's Let's Stay Together to her on national television. 

The mere idea of Michelle seems to spill onto Barack's face. The feeling seems mutual. They really seem to be in love


Michelle Obama is a wife, mother, daughter, sister, First Lady and a strong female advocate for issues facing today's women. We either want to be like her or we want to know her, especially after hearing her speech at the 2012 Democratic National Convention. Each title she holds is important, but in her own words, her title as mother is the one she feels is most important. 

Barack and Michelle's daughters are the center of their hearts. Michelle, like her own mother, is looking to the future through her most important legacy, Sasha and Malia. If all mothers thought in this way, and many of us do, we could make the world a better place. 
Michelle Obama: A Life
Michelle Obama:
A Life (Kindle) 
Not only is she a woman with much to say, she is a woman who knows how to say it. Whether you agree with her issues and topics or not, you have to admit that she knows how to make her case. What I noticed most about Michelle Obama was her ability to rise above the written speech and to infuse her own self into the words and transport her listeners to another place. She let us into her personal space and thoughts and then gave us what she wanted us to have of her. That takes skill. then she let us go gently because she knew that many of us were powerless in her presence.


This woman in love keeps our President happy, satisfied and able to face the issues of the nation and the world without having the wonder about where his woman's heart is.


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Bigmama Didn't Shop  At Woolworth's by Sunny Nash
Bigmama Didn't Shop
At Woolworth's

Sunny Nash, Author of Bigmama Didn't Shop At Woolworth's
Sunny Nash
Sunny Nash uses her award-winning book, Bigmama Didn’t Shop At Woolworth’s, to write articles and blogs on race relations in America through topics relating to her life, including food, music, film, early radio and television, entertainment, social media, internet technology, publishing, journalism, sports, education, employment, the military, fashion, performing arts, literature, feminism, equal rights, social and political movements--past and present—to today’s post-racism era.
When I wrote my book, Bigmama Didn't Shop At Woolworth's, there was no FaceBook, which requires precautions against political correctness. because communications one key stroke away from insulting someone.

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Communications have changed and are light years ahead of the tools I used writing my book and columns on a personal computer. I had no idea how easy it would become to inflict  political incorrectness.


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