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Wonder Woman revelation – Courtesy of YouTube

Courtesy of YouTube, I realized just how much the early years subconsciously shape your adult life by watching television shows. I know that everything you encounter along the way, both good and bad shapes you, but this was really a quantifiable eye-opener.

Wonder Woman In addition to comic books, the character Wonder Woman was featured in the 1975 to 1979 television adaptation starring Lynda Carter. I loved that show so much: the song, the boobs, the spin, the outfit – her life was mine to be had at 6 years old. My mom (Santa) made me an outfit that I still have today. I also have another costume that I’ve worn on Halloween from ages 18-36 (updated with fresh pieces over time of course)  I haven’t seen the show in 30 years, but thanks to YouTube, I got to see a few episodes. The spin, the lasso, the boots, the headband and wristbands with stars – I realized how much my six year old mind had been shaped by these symbols  of consumption (love it when an article finally ties in with the title of yer’ blog!). I won’t name them all, but a few notable influences:The bun during work hours | Curly 70’s hair for going out |  Turtlenecks (if you know me, you get it) |   Major Steve Trevor (if you know me, you get it) |   business logo (Star Global) |Live on Paradise Island! 

Feel like a little inspiration today? Sing along at YouTube, I guarantee you’ll feel like taking on any challenges today with vigor!  

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman.
All the world’s waiting for you,
and the power you possess.
 
In your satin tights,
Fighting for your rights
And the old Red, White and Blue.
 
Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman.
Now the world is ready for you,
and the wonders you can do.
 
Make a hawk a dove,
Stop a war with love,
Make a liar tell the truth.
 
Wonder Woman,
Get us out from under, Wonder Woman.
All our hopes are pinned upon you.
And the magic that you do.
 
Stop a bullet cold,
Make the Axis fold,
Change their minds, and change the world.
 
Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman.
You’re a wonder, Wonder Woman.