Melissa posted a lovely duet between Kermit the Frog and Liza Minneli http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5t2Xunpas2s on her blog a few days ago. I watched it for the third or fourth time yesterday and began to wonder about Kermit - or, more accurately, about the person attached to Kermit. Where is she? Is she lying one the floor at Liza's feet? Is she crouching between Liza' legs? Or is it a guy? Maybe a very small person?
Obviously, thinking about things like this changes one's experience of Kermit and this sweet duet.
I'm thinking about this because I'm doing my first radio show interview about my book this afternoon at 1:00. Dennis Raimondi - the host of 'Speaking Freely With Dennis.' http://www.speakingfreelywithdennis.com/09/
I just realized that my book is a little bit like a green sock that's over my hand. Two buttons are sewn on for the eyes and the lips drawn on with red magic marker. I'm crouched behind the table that has a sheet over the front so the audience of my friends and family can't see me. And I get to speak through this green sock - through this book of a hundred some odd pages.
What does this book have to say? What is the essence this collection of reflections, wanderings and wonderings? Kermit's voice is so particular and lovely. How do I discover that essential voice for this particular manifestation of God that has come through me?