On How A Teenage Girl Launched Herself Into The Air One Afternoon

by Becky on April 10, 2013 · 2 comments

in Fun, Parenting, Travel

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You want your daughters to fly–if not from the walls of old fortresses, then at least into their futures, with confidence.

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This thing Miss Lavender does, where she ‘levitates’ in some gorgeously odd spot, has a cool factor of like a gazillion–don’t you agree? And for me as a mom, it’s not just the illusion of flying that I find breathtaking; it’s the way the image just shouts girl power.

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I’m not saying I want my girls to rule the world.

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But I want them to rule themselves. And to be able to count on themselves to go far and fast when they desire to.

Tessa levitating in Sagunto_1245

To gather motion as they organize their goals.

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And to take care of each other, so that all the nonsense that too often pulls girls down won’t. Because they’ll know how to rise together.

Also:  for a look at the breathtaking images of the Japanese girl whose self-portraits inspired Miss Lavender to want to try levitating, visit her website with your kids!  It’s impossible not to be amazed at the mindblowingly graceful way she seems to defy gravity.  Her last post was in 2011 (sad!).  But all the material leading up to that post–wow!

 

Laurel Evans April 10, 2013 at 5:48 pm

what beautiful girls! i love these photos. and the pants. love those also.

Becky April 11, 2013 at 5:35 am

Miss Primrose! Are you taking levitation photos of yourself? As I recall, you are pro. Moreover, the camera loves you. (As do we.) xx

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