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Kime Buzzelli’s artsy Echo Park boutique, Show Pony, celebrated a fresh remodel with a re-grand opening party April 5, 2008, which was also good news for KOSHi, as the night also broke the seal on WiLL WORK FOR FOOD : A Coloring Book For Grownups’ availability off line.
(excerpt – “Will Work For Food : A Coloring Book For Grownups”)
written by : Joanna DeVoe
Naked in my room with nary a care
I do not mind my fat lying bare
There’s no one ’round to criticize
So I can love my thunder thighs
Alone with my mirror
I like what I see
I’m shapely & soft
Hell, I’m sexy!
Bring in the man – let him fall at my feet
He’s in for it now – my sugar is sweet
I’m a lady – I’m a girl
I’m a rare & precious pearl
I have breasts & hips & tail
I’m a woman – so all hail!
I’ll make my world what I please
Bring nay-sayers to their knees
I am strong yet feminine
I’ve got more oomph than ten bold men
Stand back & witness my display
A real live GODDESS…