I'm Debbie and...
I'm beginning to see the light. I'm a believer. I'm alive. I'm into something good. I'm leaving on a jet plane. I'm every woman. I'm not afraid of anything. I'm on to you. I'm only happy when it rains. I'm walking on sunshine. I'm the only one. I'm too sexy. I'm still standing. I am a rock. I'm like a bird. I'm no angel. I am the walrus. I'm easy like Sunday morning. I'm just a singer in a rock & roll band. I'm a daughter, sister, mother. I'm gonna be starting something. I am unfinished on a lot of things. I am not as strong as you think. I'm not kidding. I'm a green eyed girl. I'm finding beauty in hidden places. I'm counting my lucky stars. I am a freak for amazing architecture. I am the girl next door. I am my mother's daughter. I am totally in love with my three girls. I am into you. I am what I am. I'm a girl living in the Windy City and loving it. I am that girl.
The picture shows a female red squirrel adopting an orphan baby from an abandoned nest. Although squirrels rarely interact, they learn who their nearby relatives are by hearing their unique calls. If they fail to hear a relative’s calls for a few days, they may investigate and rescue orphans.
“When I was a teenager growing up in Detroit, I used to hang out with a bunch of jazz musicians. At the time, ‘Bu’ was a common street name for heroin. One night when we were all hanging out, one of the guys said he was ‘going out for a poke.’ Another guy said: ‘Why don’t you just go talk to Betty? You can’t get any higher than that.’ And ever since then, I’ve been called Betty Bu.”