Her swinging pendulum of emotions and energy finally balanced in the middle.
Like her, my pathway will be long and uncertain, but rewarding. I still don't know quite where to go next on my journey, but may I never forget that my support won't be found among the royalty of Europe, but right here at home with my EC who loves me and wants the best for me.
That's all that Johnny wanted for Molly. But, she was discontent until she realized what she gave up. I think the lessons she learned along the way were invaluable so the route was difficult, but the truths were worth it.
|"The real Molly Brown was a progressive, educated, Victorian woman."|
** If any of you are interested in Molly's real story then I refer you to the following link: "Chasing Molly Brown" by The Denver Post. "Colorado's first lady of ore was not born in a Missouri cyclone. She didn't survive a flood at age 2. And she never bellied up to the bar, boys." Portrayed in "a reworked version of the musical" as a "glorious, inspiring, intelligent, passionate and funny feast of a woman" in Denver in the spring of 2009, the Denver Post reports that "What remains from the original is that 'unsinkable' remains a wonderful adjective to describe her."
My opinion of Molly Brown has not changed because of this information, but only become stronger. I like her!