I was impressed.
How could you not be? Especially when she's 20 feet tall on the side of a skyscraper!
And every time I'd audition at Ripley Grier, I'd look up at her when I came out of the building, and I'd feel a little boost of Girl Power! :)
When I noticed myself slouching one day, I saw her poster on a phone booth on 59th street, and I found myself standing taller, emulating her strength, and it was amazing how strong I felt. It was like I was transformed! Like Kara ready to toss off her glasses and fly, baby, fly!
I dare you to do it! Throw your chest out, your shoulders back, and see how it makes you feel.
In these tumultuous times, we need to call on our inner strength, on our innate goodness, on The Superhero Within.
Stand up to bullies, protect people, speak out against injustice. Lead with love. Open your hearts and minds, and see how important it is to have each other's backs.
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal." And like they say in Hamilton - boom! - we gotta get em "to include women in the sequel! Work!"
Good luck out there!