It’ll be a few weeks yet until the video of the TEDxRainier talk I gave last Saturday goes online (multiple cameras — fortunately I was unaware of them — involve post-production work). But here, by way of a teaser/preview, are three stills just sent me by the organizers. They’re in chronological sequence, and they do seem to capture the spirit of the talk:
They certainly capture the spirit of Lesley! Congratulations on being a TED speaker!
Wicked, wylde, wonderful woman! You go! I’m eager to hear the TED talk, of course; but this entire site and your current books are as powerful as the talk can possibly be. Grateful, indeed, to have had the pleasure of a writing workshop with you Centrum, PT, summer 2008.
Beffa! I’ve found you!
Exactly how I would imagine you to look Lesley. The spirited expression, beauty to match the brains, and ooh the headscarf!!
Wish I could hear you in person. Waiting for the video……
The first Ted talk already had me hooked to you forever.
Love and luck,
the headscarf suits you…..can;t wait for the talk
by the way hasn;t the scarf been around for thousands of years i.e.
Italians/Russian/Medieval/ad infinitum…and the Queen loves her headscarf…..nuns/Mother Mary..
Good point: The headscarf I used in the talk is known as a ‘shayla’, a word of Persian origin which then gave rise to the English word ‘shawl.’