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October 15, 2009

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Oh I'd love to see it- right up my professional alley- Boston!

I'm in Boston.

Incidentally I am a SAHM that works 12 hours a week (mostly) from home. And if I win I'll have to skip a meeting...pick me, pick me!

Boston!

I'm in Boston and would love to escape my life for an evening....but wait, would it be an escape?

I wish I could go, but I will be preparing a presentation on competitive federalism and the market for advantageous law. (I know--sounds fascinating--but it actually is!) However, I will make a point of seeing this (and taking all my girlfriends).

I really appreciate your comment about the power of the dollar. I take this to heart, not only when it comes to motherhood but also other social (mainly conservative) values I hold. If we really did vote with our wallets, we would have tremendous power, especially in opposing the muck Hollywood produces.

I'd love to see this in Boston!

Boston for me!

Boston!

Los Angeles -- please!
Fingers-crossed.

I'd love to go see this is Boston! I have a 16 month old daughter and am 12 weeks pregnant with twins. I could use a night out!

San Francisco.

I'm looking forward to seeing it!

Uma looks a lot like you in that photo, Whitney. Gorgeous!

Boston!

Thank you to all of you for playing:

Using random.org, and posting your names in the order that comments were received, the winners are:

Boston -- Ellen
LA -- Madeleine
NY -- Luisa
SF -- Alice

Woohoo! Thanks!

Know nothing about the movie, would love to see it here in NYC--would it be appropriate to take a 15 year old daughter to see on the big screen, rather than up close and personal, what she is hopefully in for one day?

Yes, Whitney, I thought Uma was you, too.

Thanks for the comment on Consequential Strangers and the Women of Personality project!
Melinda

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  • When I took a sabbatical from Wall Street to pursue a different dream and help others live theirs, I learned that women in the U.S. may be placated, even pampered, but because we aren't dreaming, we are also desperate and depressed. Drawing on a variety of sources, ranging from academic studies to pop culture, dare to dream encourages us to dream. And then to act on our dreams.

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