I am just curious. What if the Daniel Blue was Danielle Blue? Would people be so concerned about this woman’s marriage? Would people be reading so much in to a collection of words strewn together that represent what was clearly a powerful moment in time for her? Have you never experienced art in such a way that it moved you? I just don’t get the connection between her experience with this particular artist and some apparent crack in her marriage.
What I was alluding to was that if you or any of the other negative speculators were actually AT Doe Bay, you would never have made the ridiculous comments about Kelle’s marriage or a supposed “crush” on Daniel Blue. Daniel and his intelligent and lovely wife were both in attendance and were most certainly madly in love. They were both gracious and kind people and for the critics that wrote that Kelle’s post was somehow inappropriate…You are completely and totally wrong.
|Member of the North Carolina Senate
from the 14th district
January 8, 2009
|Preceded by||Vernon Malone|
|Minority Leader of the North Carolina Senate|
March 2, 2014
|Preceded by||Martin Nesbitt|
April 18, 1949 |
Robeson County, North Carolina
|Residence||Raleigh, North Carolina|
|Alma mater||North Carolina Central University, Duke Law School|
Daniel Blue is the real deal and I learned a lot from him and his beautiful wife. I’m glad you showcased him here and shared him with your readers. Even the negative ones, as I think they need more beauty in their lives.
I am wondering what the uglier commenters are thinking now that it has been made clear that Daniel Blue’s wife was at the retreat with him? Also, no one would have blinked an eye if she had been waxing eloquent over a female artist. Women can be so mean and judgemental and it is sad. Kelle doesn’t owe anyone anything. I had a blog for a short time and have thought about starting to write again, seeing what Kelle goes through makes me not want to go there. I have teenage daughters who go through shit like this, I wish I could tell them it ends when they grow up.