Between the Covers
You simply have nothing to wear. Old joke, that one. Really old because these days, it's easy for anyone to have racks and shelves and dresser drawers full of casual wear, fancy duds, comfy things, and finery to put on their body.
You will never settle. And why should you? If it's not right, you make it right. If it can be better, well, then get at it. You find the solution or you go on to the next thing because good enough is never good enough. As in the new book "Bayard Rustin," essays edited by Michael G. Long, there's always work to do and good trouble.
Auditions are always nerve-wracking. Will the part be yours?
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