Hello faithful readers! Remember in 2002 when Jaime Lee Curtis revealed in a national magazine what she really looked like without help from make-up and hair assistants and more importantly, air brushing? Maybe you don't, but I do and I thought it was one huge courageous move for women. Besides her acting and writing talents, I applaud Jaime Lee Curtis for her honesty and independence.
Jaime Lee Curtis' other bold move: quitting alcohol and pain pills in 1999. Since we're all in this together, one person's experience may help another person who is trying to rebuild their life. Here's Jaime Lee Curtis' recent down-to-earth interview with MariaShriver.com:
Jamie Lee Curtis - Actress, Author, Activist & Mother1. What are your three words to live by? Why do these words guide your life?
Sobriety - Without it, I have nothing.
Love - My favorite quote from No Great Mischief by Alistair MacLeod is: "All of us are better when we're loved."
Humor - In Joni Mitchell's song, People's Parties, she wrote: "Laughing and crying you know it's the same release."
2. What does being an Architect of Change mean to you?
I think it means being brave and not being calcified in our family patterns.
3. Who do you consider to be an Architect of Change in your life?
Every sober woman I know.
4. What's the most important lesson you've learned in life?
That I am not in control.
5. What is one thing you are working on right now that you feel especially passionate about?