Why do so many women feel the need to shrink away, as I did, when I was wearing those wedges?Is it because we are constantly comparing ourselves to a tiny female archetype, in order to complement the prevailing tall and muscular male ideal?It’s not a bad place to watch a sunset together either.
And, if you’re not one for church, there’s always brunch at Queenie’s.
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I distinctly remember brainstorming who I was going to invite to my first dance as a freshman. He was cute, friendly, funny, and pretty much the ideal first-dance date candidate except for one thing: He was a couple inches shorter than me. If I still felt petite wearing four-inch heels with my frame of 5 feet 6 inches, he was worth my attention.
Slowly, this extreme standard of height waned, but I still felt awkward if he was near as tall as I was.
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When Mark shook hands with my husband, I realized that they stood at the exact same height.