1381S Marie Carroll sent this in from Omaha, Nebraska, USA. She wrote: This was said to me by a friend the morning after we had woken up together. It hurt me at the time, but its a phrase that has stuck in my mind.
"I took the photograph at the Montessori school where I teach as a reiteration that none of these titles are important nor are they adaquate adjectives to encompass the many invaluable qualities I posess.
The phrase now reminds me of a time I let someone reduce me to an objectified version of myself, and is an ironic catch phrase for the values of a media obsessed generation.